How Dyslexic Benny Became a StarA fifth-grader who is frustrated and humiliated because he can't read as well as his classmates becomes a star on the football field, and when he is diagnosed with dyslexia, he finds that he has a whole team of people...

Wow! What a talented group of trainees! We just completed our first week of the Introductory Course for Take Flight: A Comprehensive Intervention for Students with Dyslexia. These ladies are on their way to becoming Certified Academic Language Therapists (CALT)! More help for kids with dyslexia...

It is important to ask questions and stay involved. The following, though not exhaustive, is a list of social networks and organizations that can offer additional information about language therapy, dyslexia, and related learning differences.Check out the Resource eRoom...

TacScreen Completes Your Multisensory Tool Kit is a vital tactile stimulation essential for kids with dyslexia, autism, ADHD, executive functioning, auditory processing & advanced early learners.  UNLOCK THE BRAINS POWERFUL CONNECTION BETWEEN LEARNING & TOUCH.LEARN MORE...

Registration now open! Our fourth annual Conference for Parents will be Saturday, April 14 from 9:00 am to 1:30 pm at St. Xavier University. It’s designed to help parents of children with dyslexia better understand the dynamics of dyslexia and more effectively advocate for their...

After outgrowing its building on Wesley Street in downtown Wheaton, The Written Word Center for Dyslexia and Learning has a new facility on South Naperville Road to help students overcome their challenges.Click here to read more mysuburbalife.com  By ERIC SCHELKOPF...

The Written Word has a newly designed website to showcase more of what the Center has to offer in support of students, parents, educators, and the local community.  Check out the Blog, Community Calendar, and Resource E-Room sections.  We encourage you to visit the website often...