Los Alamos Dyslexia Advocates To Host Open House Oct. 22 At Urban Park


In celebration of Dyslexia Awareness Month, the Los Alamos Dyslexia Advocates (LADA) is hosting an Open House from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 22 at Urban Park.

The Los Alamos Dyslexia Advocates is a group of parents supporting parents.

We would like to invite anyone who has an interest in dyslexia, reading difficulties and progress, or even special education and 504s. We are primarily a parent group that have one thing in common—we love exceptional children. We are here to help each other navigate the changing and diverse landscape before us.

Your children do not need a diagnosis for you to come. You do not need dyslexia specific concerns to join us. Please join us if you have any concerns. Please bring your questions, your stories, and your ideas. Lean on other parents to learn about options and resources that are available. Come with your lived knowledge to support other parents.

Do you have a student who isn’t quite thriving in school?

Does there seem be something getting in the way, despite the fact that your child is intelligent?

Has your child been diagnosed or identified with dyslexia?

Has a screening characterized your student as being at-risk for dyslexia?

If your child has dyslexia, is suspected of having dyslexia, or simply isn’t thriving in school, and you want to learn more, please join the Los Alamos Dyslexia Advocates at our open house.