Recognizing, educating, and advocating for dyslexic students

Foundations Dyslexia & Learning Centers


With locations in Columbus, Seymour, and Bloomington licensed clinical psychologists offer consulting, testing, and tutoring. Columbus location: 424 Washington Street, Suite 7, 812-657-4784. Email: info@foundationsdlc.com


R.E.A.D.S Dyslexia Support Group Meeting


R.E.A.D.S. Dyslexia support group will meet on first Wednesday of the month. We will meet from 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm. Parents will discuss homework tips & tricks while students play games, and decorate pumpkins. No childcare will be provided, and we ask that only your children who are struggling readers attend the children's group. Please call Kelly Royer at (812) 528-1153 or Violet Dickerson at (812) 371-799 for further information or questions. We hope to see you there!


R.E.A.D.S Dyslexia Support Group Meeting


R.E.A.D.S. Dyslexia support group will meet on first Wednesday of the month. We will meet from 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm. Parents will discuss homework tips & tricks while students play games, and decorate pumpkins. No childcare will be provided, and we ask that only your children who are struggling readers attend the children's group. Please call Kelly Royer at (812) 528-1153 or Violet Dickerson at (812) 371-799 for further information or questions. We hope to see you there!


Monthly Public Meeting for R.E.A.D.S


R.E.A.D.S Public meeting is held every 4th Monday of the month where we discuss various upcoming activities, provide progress and updates about the pilot program and support group topics.


Location: The Arc Center of Excellence
2060 Doctor Park Drive
Columbus, Indiana 47203

R.E.A.D.S Dyslexia Support Group Meeting


R.E.A.D.S. Dyslexia support group will meet on first Wednesday of the month. We will meet from 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm. Parents will discuss homework tips & tricks while students play games, and decorate pumpkins. No childcare will be provided, and we ask that only your children who are struggling readers attend the children's group. Please call Kelly Royer at (812) 528-1153 or Violet Dickerson at (812) 371-799 for further information or questions. We hope to see you there!


It's hard to understand what somebody with dyslexia sees on the page. Here's a simulation.

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THEY SEE?