Colorado Public School Addresses Dyslexia with Help from CLLC

Dr. Fitzhugh has consulted with administration and trained teachers over a three year period at Odyssey Elementary in Falcon.  They are now known as a Literacy Excellence School!  Check out the video Finding Clarity: An Odyssey with Dyslexia

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Since 2007, the Colorado Literacy and Learning Center has impacted over 8,000 children in our community and across our state, both directly through our offices and through the dyslexia therapists we have trained.

But more work is yet to be done and we need your help!  One in five students is dyslexic, a disability that affects not only academics but an individual’s life.  There are countless children from low-income families who are unable to pay for a reading evaluation, and Colorado public schools do not provide testing for dyslexia.

Make a tax-deductible donation and make a difference in the life of a struggling reader today!


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LISCP Informational Sessions

  • Colorado College: November 12, January 14, and March 9 @ 4:00 pm at the Mierow House in the Educational Department
  • Denver: March 4 @ 4:00 pm
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