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Below, you will find a  message from our past president Dr. Rebekah Dyer,  the Arizona Provider’s Directory,  information on becoming an IDA member,  donating to our Arizona Branch, and our Sponsors.


New Year  – New Board

A message from  Arizona IDA Past President Dr. Rebekah Dyer:
Happy New Year! I have had the pleasure of serving on the AZ-IDA board since 2014, and as the president since 2017. As a valued member of the dyslexia community, it is important that you know the passion, knowledge, determination, time and work that your board members contribute to the organization. I have had the pleasure of working with
many amazing individuals on the board over the years and their drive is impressive.
Thank you for allowing me to be a part of the amazing work that is happening here in AZ to support individuals with dyslexia and their families. I am confident in knowing AZ-IDA is in good hands with the board members and branch members who will continue to do good work.
I would like to introduce you to the new board president, Heather Caska. She joined the board in 2015 and has been very involved in fundraising, planning events, presenting on dyslexia and served as our president-elect for the past year.
Heather Caska, M.S., CCC-SLP is a licensed pediatric speech-language pathologist. Heather graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences from the University of Arizona and she completed her master’s in Clinical Speech-Language Pathology at Northern Arizona University.
Heather has worked as a speech-language pathologist for 8 years and is the owner of a therapy clinic in the southeast valley. She has experience working with children with various communication disorders and language learning disabilities. She is passionate about bringing more awareness to the community and increasing early identification of dyslexia. Heather has presented for local universities and school districts, as well as state conferences on the role of the SLPs in language literacy disorders.
Please join me in welcoming Heather Caska as president of AZ-IDA!


Provider Directories

While IDA does not recommend or endorse any individual, business, school, or program, the following list of providers is available to help inform parents, advocates, and other stakeholders seeking professional services. For more information about checking credentials and interviewing professionals before engaging them, please see IDA’s fact sheet Evaluating Professionals

IDA Provider Directory

IDA’s Provider Directory is a list of professional, educational, and corporate members who have agreed to be a point of contact and referral source for various professional services, for example, evaluation, therapy, advocacy, and tutoring.

Professional, Educational, and Corporate IDA members may apply for/update a listing in IDA’s Provider Directory by emailing

Center for Effective Reading Instruction (CERI) Certified Professional Directory

  • Click HERE to access the CERI Certified Professional Directory.

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Join Our Mission

Support from members of the International Dyslexia Association (IDA) has allowed us to continue to educate our community and share the latest research in the field of dyslexia. As we commemorate IDA’s 70th anniversary, we are on a mission to train 7,000 teachers, educate 70,0000 children, and support 700,000 families!
We invite you to join our mission and take advantage of IDA Member benefits, including the new and exciting benefits below:
    • My IDA Perks. Free access to My IDA Perks. A network of nationwide discounts.
    • IDA Stores. Members receive a 15% discount on IDA’s books and merchandise.
    • IDA Member Facebook Group. Expand your network and share information, ideas, and resources.
    • Annual CEU Discounts. Professional and teacher members will receive one discounted on-demand conference recording per calendar year.

PLUS, Arizona Members can participate in additional opportunities specifically for our Arizona Branch:

      • Reimbursement Scholarships. Up to $300 in reimbursement scholarships for those interested in becoming educated in dyslexia. Apply here.
      • Learning Ally. An opportunity for children with dyslexia to read independently, develop a love of learning, and reach their full potential. Register here.


Join IDA

Support AZ IDA

Thanks to support from generous partners like you, we are able to create programs and resources to support the 1 in 5 individuals with dyslexia and literacy challenges in Arizona.



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