Dyslexic students can get additional support while distance learning

As plans for returning to school in the fall take shape the Willamette Valley Dyslexia Center is adapting their strategies to help students adjust to the distance learning model.

“We specialize in dyslexia, but we can support any struggling reader,” said Lynn Brown, director of operations for the dyslexia center.

Prior to the pandemic the center was offering a book club once a week that . . .

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