ARTICLES BY ADULTS WITH DYSLEXIA…   ➡   A Day in the Life of an Adult with Dyslexia   ➡   Dyslexic Workspace   ➡  SIRI is Mightier Than the […]


  The Right to Read inquiry report highlights how learning to read is not a privilege but a basic and essential human right. The report includes 157 recommendations to the […]

Right To Read

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January 22, 2022 9am-3pm This summit will explore the many ways Latinx learners can be better served at home and at school. Attendees will learn about the challenges of learning […]


Reclaiming RED The dreaded red, which we’ve all seen throughout our education. The red marker used to highlight the mistakes with our work is all too familiar for dyslexics around the […]

GO RED for Dyslexia!

Arts & Minds – Celebrating Extraordinary Dyslexics Celebrate three accomplished creatives – their remarkable work and their inspiring stories. by INTERNATIONAL DYSLEXIA ASSOCIATION – OREGON BRANCH Sat, May 22, 2021 […]

Arts & Minds

Call Scotland Great resource for all things on assistive technology with a informative section specifically on Dyslexia.  “We’ve been around since 1983 working as a Research and Development centre as well as a working Service unit. […]

Call Scotland

The Yale Center for Dyslexia and Creativity In this site you’ll find the latest information about a range of technological tools—from voice recognition programs that let users dictate ideas and […]

The Yale Center for Dyslexia and Creativity

Oregon Technology Access Program (serving all Oregon) The Oregon Technology Access Program (OTAP) provides training, information, technical assistance and resources regarding the uses of technology for children with disabilities. OTAP […]

Oregon Technology Access Program (OTAP)

An Education & Resource Center (in Portland) The Assistive Technology (AT) Lab is a new catalyst for change and inclusion in the Pacific Northwest for people with disabilities, their families, professionals, […]

Assistive Technology Lab – Community Vision

IDA Oregon is here to provide free, educational resources to families, teachers, and more. Please enjoy this webinar, “Things to Know About Assistive Technology During Distance Learning,” presented by Jamie […]

Assistive Technology – Helpful Tips

Our Award-Winning IDA Oregon Student Panel offers an interactive Assistive Technology 101 presentation that immerses participants in the tools that support students with dyslexia. Request Assistive Technology 101 Presentation & […]

Assistive Technology 101

IDA Oregon Student Empowerment Panel – Recommended Tech Sheet 2020!     IDA Oregon is here to provide free, educational resources to families, teachers, and more.  For additional Dyslexia Tech Tips…visit […]

Assistive Technology Tech Sheet

Grab some awesome Running the Distance apparel and support the Running the Distance Scholarship fund for local students.  In addition, a portion will also go towards the support and safety […]

Running the Distance Gear!

Voting Information for Oregon and SW Washington Recently our members have been reaching out with questions on services for voters with disabilities.  Here are some helpful links to more information […]


Help the IDA Oregon Branch Student Empowerment Group launch the “You Are Not Alone“ campaign! Post a picture on Instagram or Facebook and incorporate the words ”You Are Not Alone!” […]

You Are Not Alone

View our local Service Provider Referral List – Click Here IDA members include experts who offer a variety of services. These services include assessment, legal assistance, advocacy, speech-language therapy, academic language therapy, […]

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