Professional Resources Specializing
in Dyslexia and Literacy
Recommended specialists to help support your family throughout
the entire process who specialize in dyslexia.
Neuropsychologists for Dyslexia
Dr. Ann Helmus, Pediatrics, Newton, MA (does not accept insurance)
Dr. Courtney Lobraico, Offices in Marblehead and Peabody, MA (accepts most insurances)
Dr. Kira Armstrong, Office in Woburn, MA (does not accept insurance)
Educational Tutor for Dyslexia
Bonnie Haley, Advanced Level Certified Orton-Gillingham Educational Tutor, Andover, MA
Therapists Specializing in Dyslexia for children, teens,
Dr. Boaz Levy, Office in Newton, MA (affiliated with McLean's), 617-309-0318
Social Skills for Children and Teens
Peter Pan Center, Donna Shea, serving many towns in Massachusetts
Educational Advocates and Lawyers for Literacy and Dyslexia
Ellie Hickey, Offices in Woburn and Hingham, MA
Atty. Lillian E. Wong, Reading, MA
Atty. Laura Gillis, Beverly, MA
Educational and College Scholarships for Families
IDA Scholarship Program
Interesting and fun activities related to dyslexiaInspiration Awards - Dyslexia Honor
Walk for Dyslexia
Conferences and Information
International Dyslexia Association
MABIDA (Massachusetts branch of the IDA) Annual Dinner
September of each year at the MIT Faculty Club, Boston, MA
New Hampshire Branch of the IDA
NSCD Inspiration Awards for our Dyslexia Honor Spotlight
with dyslexia has inspired you? Please complete
the form below to let us know who you think has brought awareness and inspired dyslexia's gifts and made a positive
Henry Winkler (The Fonz) is an actor and author of children's books.
He writes of his own childhood experiences of being dyslexic and puts a funny spin on his struggles. We use his books
during tutoring sessions. Henry is a great inspiration to us all!
The late Stephen J.
Cannell is an Emmy award-winning writer/producer and Chairman of Cannell Studios, Cannell overcame severe dyslexia
to become one of television's most prolific writers. He has lived with dyslexia his entire life. In this
inspiring video series, he explains dyslexia, misconceptions, challenges and ways to help children with dyslexia.
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