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Here at WY Lit, we know literacy skills are not something children are born with. We also know that a challenge is always less overwhelming with support, so we've put together some of our favorite resources to help and to educate. Need help connecting with a specific resource? Contact us! Literacy is our business.


"The Codpast hopes to provide a window on the world of dyslexia. Whether you need help, advice or just want a place full of like-minded people, we're sure you'll find what you're looking for."

"It's such a help to hear of other stories which make me feel part of a tribe and less alone in the world."

—iTunes review

"These episodes are brilliant. They've helped to reassure my 11 year old son that there is life with dyslexia!"

—iTunes review

"Such an inspiring podcast—thank you, can recommend to dyslexics and non-dyslexics alike!" —iTunes review

"Well produced and thought provoking. Even if you are not dyslexic this is worth listening to."

—iTunes review


Learning Ally was originally created in 1948 under the name Recording for the Blind as a service for WWII veterans who had lost their sight in combat but still wanted to pursue an education with the newly passed GI Bill of Rights. In 1995, the membership with learning disabilities had grown tremendously, and the organization changed its name to Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic; in 2011, the name changed once more to Learning Ally, a better representation of the services, innovation, and research provided for individuals with reading challenges. Learning Ally’s mobile app ensures students have access to state-of-the-art solutions that support student engagement and educational outcomes.

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