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Voting for the 2021 IDA Kentucky Board of Directors is now open until October 31st, 2020. Voting is open to all current IDAKY members. To vote, please follow this link.


Welcome

Welcome to the Kentucky Branch of the International Dyslexia Association’s website. IDA Kentucky’s motto is “A Future Full of Readers!” IDA Kentucky is a nonprofit 501c3 consisting of members promoting evidence-based research about dyslexia, supporting the preparation and continued education of professionals and families, and advancing public awareness and understanding of Dyslexia. Please feel free to contact us via our website so we can best serve your needs effectively. Once again welcome and we appreciate your support of IDA and this branch!

Kayla Steltenkamp
President
International Dyslexia Association
Kentucky Branch


EXCITING PARTNERSHIP!!

We are so excited to announce a partnership between the Kentucky Branch of the International Dyslexia Association and Nessy!! Please visit this page to read the details!


Dyslexia Simulations and Presentations Offered by IDAKY

IDAKY Simulation and Presentation Google Request Form

In an effort to heighten awareness about dyslexia, promote positive legislation, and advance our mission, IDAKY now offers to groups, teachers, schools, and the community a chance to participate in a dyslexia simulation or a presentation. Many can benefit from knowing more about learning differences. If you or someone you know would be interested in hosting a simulation or planning a community event where a presentation is needed, please access the Simulation and Presentation Google Request Form link above to learn more and secure an IDAKY presenter. By submitting this form, we will work together to achieve our common goals. We look forward to partnering with you!

If you have any specific questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to an IDAKY representative by email (kentuckybranchida@gmail.com) or by phone at (502) 276-5153.


Superpower Dyslexia Video Kentucky

Reading can seem like a superpower to children who struggle with dyslexia. However, with proper instruction, these dyslexic students can be successful. Thank you to the Kentucky Branch of the International Dyslexia Association and the COPIA Foundation.


 


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