What Pasadena Provides & What You Can Do

What Pasadena ISD Provides:

Individuals with dyslexia often need special support to learn to read, write and spell. Pasadena ISD provides structured, systematic language curriculum for students identified as meeting the specific characteristics of dyslexia. This is a multi-sensory program which involves all pathways of learning simultaneously – seeing, touching, hearing, writing, and speaking.

What Parents Can Do At Home:

  • Read to your child
  • Encourage your child to read at home. Select material that your child can read fluently. Practice is especially important for students with dyslexia.
  • Encourage your child to keep a journal about important events.
  • Read books and become informed about dyslexia.
  • Establish a regular routine and place for homework.
  • Keep regular contact with your child's teachers requesting a conference when necessary.
  • Talk about the meanings of words.

For additional Information about dyslexia:

Region10 ESC
International Dyslexia Association