Children’s Dyslexia Center – Pittsburgh

The Children’s Dyslexia Center – Pittsburgh was established in 1994 to provide dyslexic children with specialized tutoring to enable them to read and write more effectively. This service is offered free of charge and is also available at more than 50 active Dyslexia Centers in 13 states.

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About Dyslexia

Dyslexia is an under-reported disability, an inheritable neurological condition that affects language acquisition, processing and decoding. Up to 20% of the U.S. population has learning disorders, and 80% of these people, many of them children, have varying degrees of reading disorders that qualify as dyslexia (National Institutes of Health estimate). Dyslexia is a disability in learning, not in intelligence, and afflicts girls and boys nearly equally. It is a lifelong condition. Although incurable, it can be managed successfully. Most importantly, with early detection and treatment, children with dyslexia can learn and succeed academically.

Children with dyslexia are typically highly creative and intuitive, and are excellent hands-on learners. Some of the world’s most famous artists, innovators and leaders were and are dyslexic, including Leonardo daVinci, Albert Einstein, Thomas Edison, Agatha Christie, William Hewlitt, Winston Churchill, Tom Cruise, Cher, Jay Leno, and Charles Schwab.

National Dyslexia Charity Event Information

Walk or Run to Help Children with Dyslexia

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For more information contact:

Children’s Dyslexia Center—Pittsburgh
Greater Pittsburgh Masonic Center
3579 Masonic Way
Pittsburgh, PA  15237-2700