Dyslexia Institute Of Indiana, Inc.
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2511 E 46th Street Suite O-2 Indianapolis IN 46205 USA
The Dyslexia Institute of Indiana, Inc (DII) is a nonprofit organization formed in 1989 to serve children and adults with specific learning disability characteristic of dyslexia. The mission of DII is to promote public awareness about this language-based disorder, to provide direct educational services, and to advocate for timely and appropriate treatment.
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I enrolled my son in DII services in late summer. He is 8 years old and reads at a 2nd grade level. He has blossom in 2 months. He loves books for the first time in years. I catch all the time trying to read anything he can get his hands on.
I have informed my co-workers about DII services and I told them that this would be a great way to donate for the state campaign.
Parent Paula Anderson
They are the best for tutoring and testing the tutors are wonderful and the psychologist is rated the best in all of the United States of America
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