We're parents too. We know you'd do anything for your child. We also know that learning your child has dyslexia can feel disorienting. Parents often wonder, "How will I help my kid through this?"

The first thing you should know is that kids with dyslexia tend to be among the brightest and most talented.

Many of the world's top thinkers, business leaders, technology leaders, inventors, and artists all share one trait: Dyslexia.

However, if your child has dyslexia, the general education system isn't built for them. It's built for neurotypical thinkers. Your child thinks (and learns) differently. If you leave it up to schools, their expectations for your child will be low. When your child fails, they'll tell you they did their part and that not every child succeeds.

It doesn't have to be this way.

ThinkLexic wants to reshape the future of education for all students with dyslexia. But in the meantime, we're helping parents learn about dyslexia, how to navigate your child's K-12 education, and point you to resources to help your child thrive.

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