The New Hampshire Branch of the International Dyslexia Association
Serving: Maine, Vermont and New Hampshire
IDA Disclaimers 1. The International Dyslexia Association supports efforts to provide individuals with dyslexia with appropriate instruction and to identify these individuals at an early age. The Association believes that multisensory teaching and learning is the best approach currently available for those affected by dyslexia. The Association, however, does not endorse any specific program, speaker, or instructional materials, noting that there are a number of such which present the critical components on instruction as defined by The Association's Board of Directors. As the accreditation, initiative moves forward, the Association will, by virtue of its granting “accredited status,” be endorsing certain programs and materials. 2. Articles, links, advertising, questions/answers, and book reviews, etc., that appear in the NHIDA website are not necessarily recommended or endorsed by IDA.
The New Hampshire Branch of the International Dyslexia Association (NHIDA)
is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting literacy through appropriate treatment, remediation and education, well-informed professional outreach and scientifically based studies through research for dyslexic individuals, their families and the communities that support them. NHIDA’s mission is to serve as a local connection for the general public in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont as a gateway to the international community through the International Dyslexia Association regarding matters pertaining to individuals with dyslexia.
Nancy Hennessy and Barbara Wilson
National Reading Crisis: Time for Action This compelling video cites startling facts about declining U.S. literacy and urges you to join the movement to ensure that ALL young people receive a world-class education. Why? Because EVERY student deserves the chance to read, write and learn for a lifetime. The International Dyslexia Association encourages you to learn the facts and to help enact state literacy laws for a literate nation.
The International Dyslexia Association (IDA)