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The Ontario Branch of the International Dyslexia Association is committed to providing information, support and advocacy for individuals with dyslexia, their families and educators in Ontario. We hope the many resources on this website are helpful in giving you a better understanding of dyslexia, the importance of early identification and effective intervention and other ways to support a child or adult with dyslexia.
Liisa Freure, President, ONBIDA
ONBIDA’s 12th Literacy & Learning Conference Early Identification and Intervention Strategies Saturday, Nov 3, 2018 Ontario Science Center, Toronto, ON […]
We are posting this request from Andre Milota, PhD. I am looking to speak (via Skype/Google Hangouts) with fellow adult […]
ONBIDA would like to share Dyslexia Canada’s Mark it Read –a national campaign designed to raise awareness and support for […]
ONBIDA’s 12th Annual Conference Early Identification and Intervention Strategies Saturday, Nov 3, 2018 Ontario Science Center, Toronto, ON NEW this […]
This article, Hard Words – Why Kids Aren’t Being Taught to Read, is from the U.S. but it includes great […]
Visit ONBIDA at The Word On The Street Literacy Festival Sunday, September 23 Toronto, Harbourfront Centre 10am -5 pm. Booth […]
FUNDAMENTAL LEARNING is offering Structured Literacy TRAINING (a.k.a. Orton-Gillingham), Fall 2018 – Winter 2019, Toronto, Ontario This multisensory structured language approach […]
What Dyslexia Red Flags Look Like for Different Students in Different Grades Sep 12, 2018 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM […]
The Ontario Human Rights Commission has released “Accessible education for students with disabilities“. ONBIDA is pleased to see OHRC’s document […]