Scholarship to Support Students in Higher Education
The Reading Clinic, Inc. has established a scholarship to support students at Delaware State University with learning disabilities.
The purpose of this fund is to create a charitable gift account within the Delaware State University Foundation to support scholarships for Delaware State University students with Dyslexia, the most common learning disability that affects 1 in 5 people. The scholarship is also open to applicants with other learning disa-bilities that include but are not limited to Dysgraphia: Impairment in Written Expression, Dyscalculia: Impairment in Mathematics, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Sluggish Cognitive Tempo (SCT), Central Processing Disorder, etc.
2020 Dyslexia Scholarship Donation Form
Please mail the above Dyslexia Scholarship Form or click the Donate button on the Ways to Give Page.
Meet the Author: Dr. Dyslexia Dude!
Nov 23, 2019
Dr. Dyslexia Dude is a compelling story of an African-American boy who is a powerful superhero with dyslexia. Exciting and humorous, this tale is a source of hope and inspiration for youth, parents and teachers. The engaging session will include a motivational talk from Dr. Shawn Robinson, the author of Dr. Dyslexia Dude, highlights from his book and a Q & A session. Each youth participant will receive an autographed copy of Dr. Dyslexia Dude and an opportunity to take photos. Parent resources will be available. Light refreshments will be served. Click image at right to enlarge/download.
Dr. Shawn Robinson, Senior Research Associate at the University of Wisconsin-Madison did not learn how to read until he was 18 years old. Dyslexia is the most common learning disability affecting 1 in 5. Ninety percent of children in special education are referred as a result of reading deficits. Truancy, dropout rates, crime and substance abuse increase with learning disabilities. Over 50 % of those incarcerated are more likely to be Dyslexic.
WDEL 101.7 FM 1150 AM (Pathways to Service: April 14 2019)
Co-Hosts, Ceil and Roxane speak with Dr. Rahmanda S. Campbell about The Reading Clinic, Inc., a non-profit organization that provides advocacy and support for children, adolescents and adults with Dyslexia.
Listen to Show at WDEL Other Pathways to Service shows
ESPN 610 Philadelphia (Special Education: February 24, 2019)
Dr. Mary Montgomery, Dr. Rahmanda S. Campbell and Vern Trent discuss Dyslexia and Special Education Services.
Listen to Show at ESPN (select 2-24-19)
Educational Testing & Help for Reading/Learning Disabilities
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UNITED WAY DONOR CHOICE PROGRAM APPROVES THE READING CLINIC, INC.
Donate to The Reading Clinic, Inc. through the United Way
Delaware Code: 12790
Pennsylvania Code: 50468
Your tax deductible contribution and generosity will enable The Reading Clinic, Inc. to fulfill its mission of providing quality, research-based, diagnostic testing and educational services.
The Reading Clinic, Inc. is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the literacy skills of children at risk for reading failure. The Reading Clinic, Inc. was founded on the principle that every child can learn. The Reading Clinic, Inc. provides comprehensive, diagnostic testing and educational services for children exhibiting reading and language-based learning deficits associated with age-appropriate reading, spelling and writing, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Cognitive Processing Challenges and Dyslexia, the most common reading disability.
The essential goal of The Reading Clinic, Inc. is to assist families and schools with early identification and intervention to maximize a child?s ability to achieve his or her full potential and preserve self-esteem. Its mission is to help children, adolescents and adults overcome the barriers they face due to reading and language difficulties.
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DYSLEXIA PILOT PROGRAM UPDATE IN PENNSYLVANIA
Rep. Ed Neilson: House concurs with Senate on Dyslexia Pilot Program
HARRISBURG, June 11 – State Rep. Ed Neilson’s legislation (H.B. 198) that would create a pilot program to provide evidence-based early screening and other intervention services for children with risk factors of dyslexia unanimously passed the House today and is headed to the governor’s desk.
House Bill 198 would establish the Dyslexia and Early Literacy Intervention Pilot Program in at least three Pennsylvania school districts.
“I am thankful that we can finally start providing children with dyslexia the resources they need to thrive,” Neilson said. “I am confident that this pilot program will lead to a permanent program that will improve special education all over Pennsylvania.”
Sen. Sean Wiley, D-Erie, who introduced a companion bill in the Senate, said he was grateful to his colleagues for their support and for their compassionate understanding of a difficult learning disability.
“There is absolutely no reason that a child should struggle through school because of an undiagnosed learning disability,” Wiley said. “It is imperative that we provide the proper tools for our schools to ensure our children are able to perform to their full potential.”
Dyslexia, also known as developmental reading disorder, is a reading disability that occurs when the brain does not properly recognize and process certain symbols. It is believed that 15 to 20 percent of the U.S. population displays at least some symptoms of dyslexia, although it often goes undiagnosed for years and sometimes is not formally recognized until adulthood, if ever.
Three years after implementation of the pilot program, the state Secretary of Education would submit an evaluation of the pilot program to the General Assembly containing recommendations to continue, expand or make changes to the program. The Pennsylvanian Department of Education would also determine whether programs of this type have the potential to reduce future special education costs in the state.
“This program will allow our schools to identify children in need of extra assistance and attention and will ensure that these children are exposed to therapies that have been proven as effective,” Neilson said. “This bill also will provide us with a model for other efforts to reform our school system to provide better outcomes at a lower cost.”
Media contacts: Charlie Vaihinger (Rep. Neilson), 717-787-7895; Kim Plyler (Sen. Wiley), 814-453-2515
For more information, contact: The Reading Clinic, Inc. 302.832.1023 * 267.536.5616
PUBLIC HEARING FOR DYSLEXIA FUNDING(THE MOST COMMON READING DISABILITY)
Our Dyslexia Awareness Hearing was a success which focused on children that struggle with reading/overall academic performance, inconsistent academic performance despite years of extra help, and has limited access to educational resources and finances to support your child’s reading/learning challenges.
The House Democratic Policy Committee hosted a public hearing discussing The Effects of Dyslexia on Children, Families and Communities. Dr. R.S. Campbell, Founder of The Reading Clinic, invited parents, educators, church leaders, and community members to provide public testimony before legislators of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.
Dyslexia is the most common reading disability affecting 1 out of 5 students across diverse ethnic backgrounds and social economic statuses. Furthermore, according to the Austin Learning Solution, approximately 40 million adults are living with Dyslexia and only 2 million are receiving the services they need. Dr. Campbell is working tenaciously to encourage PA?s General assembly to make this issue a top priority and implement the necessary tools to ensure that those working to manage this disability have access to the resources they need.