Hosted by Austin ISD—Conference Starts on Friday, October 28
AISD’s free annual dyslexia conference brings together researchers, parents, dyslexia therapists, teachers, related service providers, advocates, and other professionals to build understanding and application of improved support and services for students with dyslexia.
This year’s conference will be virtual, on demand, and as always FREE for educators, families, and professionals starting on Friday, October 28, 2022.
Featured Presentations by:
- Austin ISD Dyslexia Department
- Austin ISD Assistive Technology Team
- Dr. Karol Ann Moore, Neuhaus Education Center
- Pam Austin, Cambium Learning
- Dr. Terri Noland with Learning Ally
Presentation Topics Include:
- Classroom Launch for Learning Ally
- Supporting Literacy Access & Independent Reading at Home
- Seamlessly Integrating Assistive Technology
- 20 Questions: Do You Know What You Need to Know about Teaching Reading?
- A Walk Through An Evaluation for Learning Disabilities
- You CAN Help Your Child with Dyslexia or Dysgraphia
About the Conference
The Central Texas Dyslexia Conference event brings together parents, teachers, advocates, therapists, administrators and community leaders to learn how to best support the academic and emotional needs of students with dyslexia.
Austin ISD has been organizing the conference since 2015 and provides dyslexia training for educators and evaluations for students year round. for AISD students.
The conference is free to attend and is made possible by partners, dedicated volunteers and financial contributions from the community.
The 2022 Dyslexia Conference Committee includes AISD's Dyslexia Department: Cherry Lee, Suzann Vera, Jessica Kane-Cabello, Toni Castro, and Malu Martinez.