Step 1:

Screening For Dyslexia

Children who struggle to read should be tested for dyslexia. If you are looking for information on this (often confusing) process, this page is for you!

Step 1:

Screening For Dyslexia

Children who struggle to read should be tested for dyslexia. If you are looking for information on this (often confusing) process, this page is for you!

Were Do I Start?


Your 2 main options for testing for dyslexia are:

  • Screening
  • Professional Testing

Both have pros and cons, and both have their place in the process of a struggling reader's remediation plan. For professional testing, you'll need to seek the guidance of a professional. Obviously. But to get your started, take this informal Screening Quiz and see how many dyslexia-like attributes your child has.


*Please remember: I am NOT a doctor, and this is NOT medical advice. Consult your physician on making the best decisions for your family.

Ready To Understand Dyslexia?

If you took the screening, or have a professional diagnosis of dyslexia, and you want to understand dyslexia better, hit the button and let's get started!

What questions do you still have about screening vs. professional testing?


Leave a comment below about anything you'd like, and I'll get back to you!

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