There’s no shortage of places for parents to turn if their child needs help with school. But for children with learning differences like dyslexia, there are some important factors to consider when getting help.


Here are a few places to start:
  • Dr. Maggie Wright, clinical psychologist and founder of the Wright Psyhcology & Learning Center and Abby Klein, Director of the Learning Center shared their insights and helpful info in a 2-part interview focused on dyslexia. You can check those out here and here.
  • The Wright Psychology & Learning Center has also created a helpful brochure which breaks down some of the key information for parents, especially when navigating a new diagnosis. 
  •  You can learn mu more by visiting our website at or by following us on Facebook and Instagram: @wrightpsychology 
If your child has received a dyslexia diagnosis, or you suspect a learning difference, and you would like help, here’s how to get started:
Step 1
Contact us

Step 2
Make a Plan
We will design a treatment plan based upon your child’s individual needs.

Step 3
Begin Lessons
Partner with your new instructor and your school.

Step 4
See your child grow into a confident reader!