The University of Iowa

Free IRRC Service Helps Iowa Children With Reading Disabilities

Children using assistive technology

The VanZuiden family of Williamsburg, Iowa, received a free assistive-technology consultation from the Iowa Reading Research Center (IRRC) at the University of Iowa. The center offers the free consultations to Iowa families of children with dyslexia and other reading disabilities. “This is exactly the service that parents are looking for and exactly the service that students need,” says Mindy VanZuiden, a former public-school teacher who owns a tutoring business and specializes in helping students with reading difficulties. (Photo courtesy of The University of Iowa/David Scrivner)

June 9, 2021

As told by the University of Iowa in this news article, the Iowa Reading Research Center introduces families to assistive technology that may help their children with reading and writing. 

Click here to read "Free service helps Iowa children with reading disabilities" by Emily Nelson. 

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