Information About Adolescents and Adults

The Adolescents / Adult Section of this web site is intended to provide information on issues of particular interest to students with dyslexia in grades 7-12 and to adults who are no longer in the regular school setting. The Tennessee Center for the Study and Treatment of Dyslexia is funded to serve students in K-12 programs. However, we realize that adults who are no longer in that setting may need to understand the characteristics associated with dyslexia and to be informed about opportunities to resume or continue their education.

General Information
Basic information about characteristics of adolescents and adults with dyslexia.

Resources and Websites for Adults with Dyslexia
Professional organizations and services to help adults with dyslexia.

Position Paper
A "White Paper" Prepared for the Tennessee Center for the Study and Treatment of Dyslexia.

References for Further Reading
Books and articles concerning dyslexia, adolescents and adults.

Computer Software and Other Assistive Technology
Helpful software.

Articles of Interest (Coming Soon)
Helpful articles concerning adults, adolescents and dyslexia.

Help for College Students with Disabilities from Wrightslaw.com
A PDF file containing resources to help parents of disabled children learn self-advocacy skills and make the transition from high school to college from WrightsLaw.com.

Websites Regarding College Scholarships
Websites Regarding College Scholarships

Important Events

Jan 21, 2017
Accurate and Automatic Decoding Workshop for Educators

Jan 28, 2017
The MTSU Literacy Studies Ph.D. Program announces the 
5th Annual MTSU Literacy Research Conference

Feb 25, 2017
Integrating Free or Inexpensive Technology in Grades 4 - 12 
Educators  Parents

Mar 31, 2017