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P.O. Box 8943
Calabasas, CA 91372


The International Dyslexia Association, Los Angeles Branch is a non-profit organization that serves Los Angeles County, Ventura County, Santa Barbara County, and parts of Orange County. The Los Angeles County Branch is dedicated to stimulating awareness and understanding of dyslexia, to establish and promote the treatment of dyslexia and to give support to dyslexics and their families. Our purpose is accomplished through many free or low cost community programs by a group of hard working volunteers.


Parent Support Group

IDALA Parent Support GroupS

Now in 2 Locations!: Pasadena Area & San Fernando Valley area

For Parents of Children with Dyslexia & Other Language Based Learning Differences

The groups meet three times a year for parents to find support from other parents who are on a similar journey, input from professionals in the field, and information about local resources. Stay tuned for information about our next meeting!

San Fernando Valley PARENT GROUP

stay tuned for our next meeting

Pasadena Area Parent Support Group

Our January Meeting has been re-scheduled

Our next meeting will be February 22, 2018

Making Sense of Spelling:

Strategies to help your child become a better speller 

Presented by

Barb Langeloh, M.A., ET/P

President, IDA-Los Angeles Branch

Thursday, February 22, 2018

7:15 - 9:15 pm

Location details will be emailed when you RSVP

There is no charge to attend, however, RSVP's are required


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Our parent support group is open to all IDALA members and non-members; however, membership is encouraged!  Membership includes access to research journals, discounts to our conferences and workshops, and access to Dyslexia Connection an e-newsletter written for parents that deals with dyslexia and related learning disabilities. Articles focus on parenting, advocacy and other issues facing families with children who learn differently.