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Dyslexia and Related Disorders, Interim - 81st R.S. (2009)

Committee Members
Dr. Bob Deuell, Chair
Joan Huffman
Mike Jackson
Jim McReynolds
Linda Sue Gladden
Elliot Goldman
Rebecca Neuman Jones
Joyce S. Pickering
Karen Sue Vickery
Charges
• Study and recommend legislation to increase awareness of early detection and treatment of dyslexia and related disorders. The committee ’s study shall examine:

1. Early detection and intervention;
2. Access to treatment in rural areas of the state;
3. The role of public education and higher education in detection and treatment;
4. Treatment for older students and adults; and
5. Any barriers related to accommodations for individuals with dyslexia and related disorders.

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