IDA Austin

We are proud to partner with the International Dyslexia Association – Austin Area Branch  in their fundraising efforts.  Learn more about IDA-Austin below and 
Support a great cause by purchasing this year’s t-shirt HERE.
Connect. Collaborate. Educate. Until everyone can read!
The Austin Area Branch of the International Dyslexia Association is a non-profit organization promoting literacy through research, education, and advocacy. We serve individuals with dyslexia and related disorders, families of individuals with dyslexia, educators, and professionals by providing information through conferences, workshops, meetings, and outreach projects.  Like and Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/IDAAustinTX/ 
Make a Difference! Become a member! As a member, you’ll join forces with more than 13,000 others who want individuals with dyslexia to realize their fullest potential. The voice of our members is heard among educators, professionals, and policy makers in the United States and abroad. By joining the International Dyslexia Association, you strengthen the voice of people with dyslexia and enhance their ability to benefit from early intervention and effective teaching methods.
Receive Updates about Dyslexia and Related Issues  Members automatically receive IDA’s quarterly newsletter, Perspectives, the yearly peer-reviewed journal, Annals of Dyslexia, and the local branch newsletter, Code Breaker. These publications provide the latest information about legal and legislative issues, medical and educational research and technology.
Receive Discounts   Members receive discounts on other IDA publications and on registration fees for international and local conferences.
Connect with Others in Your Area When dealing with local school systems, tutors and other resources, it is invaluable to have access to individuals in your community who can help. IDA maintains a “referral for services” database, and has 42 branches serving the United States and Canada.
Access an International Network  IDA members include individuals with dyslexia and their families, diagnosticians, psychologists, psychiatrists, physicians, teachers, tutors and others who support our mission. Our membership extends to more than 60 countries with National Affiliates in Brazil, the Czech Republic, Israel and The Philippines.
Continue a Tradition IDA was established more than 50 years ago to continue the pioneering work of Dr. Samuel T. Orton, a neurologist who began to identify the biological basis of dyslexia and develop effective teaching approaches.