We are happy to answer specific questions by e-mail, but you will probably find the answers to many questions right here on the web site. We have a search form in the menu bar of most pages to make it easier to find what you are looking for.
When you do find information, feel free to print out anything on the site to use as a resource; just remember to cite the source. Most pages have copyright information clearly stated.
The best place to start if you have a specific question is our Dyslexia Library, at
You can also read excerpts from the book, The Gift of Dyslexia at our bookstore, at
If you don't find what you want at our site, you can find many other informative sites listed on our Internet Circle of Friends page, at
If you have a chance, you might find some good books at the library. Of course, we recommend starting with The Gift of Dyslexia, by Ron Davis. Another terrific book for students and others interested in learning as much as possible about dyslexia is In the Mind's Eye, by Thomas West.