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Children should have the world by the tail. Their “job” is to respect their parents, get along with their peers, go to school and get good grades. But what if they simply can’t do that. Every day they try to listen, try to understand, try to learn but they just can’t. No one can get through to them.

These children often have dyslexia. A condition that changes the way the brain processes information. These children learn differently. The frustration, the pain and the loss of self-confidence grows each week as this learning difference goes unrecognized and untreated.

Dedicated to improving the lives of children diagnosed with dyslexia, the Scottish Rite Charitable Foundation Learning Centres for Children provide quality, state-of-the-art tutoring to children with difficulties in reading, writing and related scholastic skills.