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Dyslexia Resources

The Jasper-Dubois County Public Library offers dyslexia resources to ensure inclusivity & accessibility for all members of the community. Dyslexia affects an individuals’ ability to read, comprehend, & process written information, making specialized resources essential for their learning needs. By providing such resources, libraries promote literacy, empower individuals with dyslexia to thrive academically, & foster an environment of understanding & support within the community. 

Collections in the Library

Striving Reader Collection
Adult Fiction & Juvenile Fiction

Large Print Juvenile Fiction

E-Books

The font in both Libby & Hoopla can be changed to a dyslexic friendly font in the settings. Ask library staff if you are in need of assistance.

Resources

International Dyslexia Association (IDA)
IDA is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping dyslexic individuals and the families who support them. Their website contains information on dyslexia, an online bookstore, and much more.

Indiana Department of Education Resource
The Indiana Department of Education page on Dyslexia offers information on the dyslexia legislation in the Indiana school systems.

Dyslexia Institute of Indiana (Dii)
Dii serves students, parents, and educators who are impacted by dyslexia and other language learning difficulties through several primary programs, including one-on-one tutoring, Camp Delafield, psycho-educational evaluations, and parent and educator training.