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Empowering Dyslexic Learners with Learning Ally!

We are thrilled to announce that our Learning Ally program has been renewed through December 2024!

Register Today! 

Parent Registration Form                    Educator Registration Form

IDA Arizona is passionate about offering dyslexic learners the opportunity to enjoy reading! As part of our commitment, we invite all qualifying* members to register for a complimentary Learning Ally account—a $135 value!

Learning Ally Audiobook Solutions aims to transform struggling readers into grade-level achievers. Its digital library contains over 80,000 human-read audiobooks, including literature, pop fiction, and textbooks that students will want and need to read. Through innovative Voicetext technology, words are highlighted as they’re read aloud, creating an immersive and engaging reading experience. This technology not only increases reading comprehension and builds vocabulary but also promotes language learning, critical-thinking skills, spelling, and more.

Learning Ally empowers students who read and learn differently so that they may thrive! Tips for Audiobook Success

*Qualification Guidelines and Additional Details:

  1. IDA Arizona Membership:
  • To qualify, you need to be a current or new member of IDA Arizona.
  • If you’re not a member yet, explore membership details HERE
  • Each membership provides access for one individual.
  • Educators can update their students annually!
  1. Learning Ally Eligibility:
  • Learning Ally is specifically for individuals with print disabilities.
  • Members should have a connection to someone struggling with the key indicators of dyslexia: difficulties in reading, writing, and spelling.
  1. Registration Process:
  • Parents and educators, please register using the buttons below.
  • Once processed, you’ll receive personalized login credentials and instructions for accessing Learning Ally.

Register for Learning Ally Today!

Parent Registration Form                    Educator Registration Form


🪧 While audiobooks are incredibly beneficial, they should not replace reading intervention. By providing both audiobooks and Structured Literacy instruction, parents and educators can effectively support dyslexic learners as they gain the decoding strategies to become successful readers and spellers.

Learn how to help your struggling readers reach their potential with these IDA resources:

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