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Below, you will find a  message from our President Heather Caska, our Arizona Provider’s Directory,  information on becoming an IDA member, and donating to our Arizona Branch.

Welcome to The International Dyslexia Association (IDA) Branch of Arizona!

We are a non-profit organization dedicated to serving individuals affected by dyslexia, language and literacy challenges, and their families and communities that support them. Over the past year, our board has celebrated many successes, including Governor Ducey signing SB1572 , a successful Virtual Symposium, our first ever 1in5K Dyslexia Dash, and numerous coffee chats and webinars. Now, we are excited to welcome a NEW SCHOOL YEAR! We are dedicated to bringing structured literacy in every K-3 classroom across Arizona and our board has been busy planning many upcoming events for this school year. To kick off Dyslexia Awareness Month, we hosted a four-block virtual conference on ADHD and Dyslexia and executive functions. We also have several other community chats and events planned.  Whether you are an educator, professional, parent, an individual with dyslexia, or just interested in learning more, we know you will find the knowledge, support, and guidance here.

Your President,
Heather Caska, MS, CCC-SLP

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. Please see IDA’s fact sheet Evaluating Professionals for more information about checking credentials and interviewing professionals before engaging them

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.

Virtual Learning

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 $400 ($200 non-members) 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.
      • CEU Certificates. Earn free CEUs for attending IDA Arizona trainings.


Join IDA


Did you know? Preservice and current classroom teachers can receive their first year of IDA Membership for free! Learn more at Sign up today! It’s FREE!

Support IDA Arizona

Thanks to support from generous partners like you, we can create programs and resources to support the 1 in 5 individuals with dyslexia and literacy challenges in Arizona. Share our vision, and let’s get Structured Literacy in every K-3 Classroom for every child across the state!



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