For a parent with a child recently diagnosed as having dyslexia or who suspects her child may have dyslexia, an initial desire is to want to learn as much as possible and to seek information often starting with the internet. There is unfortunately a lot of mis-information and half-truths to be found about the topic of dyslexia out there on the internet. My advice is to look at these websites that can be trusted to provide accurate information with regard to the diagnosis and remediation of dyslexia and other reading-related problems. The definitive source for information is the website of the International Dyslexia Association: www.interdys.org. Another highly-acclaimed website and a terrific resource for parents is: http://www.readingrockets.org/ Bookmark these two websites and work your way through the information they provide and you will learn a lot – with complete trust in the validity and quality of the information you are getting!