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Welcome! We are happy you found IDA of Northern Ohio (NOBIDA).

We are a branch of the International Dyslexia Association (IDA), the premier non-profit literacy organization dedicated to the dissemination and implementation of evidence-based, quantitative research in literacy instruction. Literacy instruction is influenced by qualitative and quantitative research. Learn which studies have helped influence informed decisions on literacy instruction.

  • NOBIDA consists of an all-volunteer Board of Directors and Advisory Council including educators, researchers, parents, and advocates.
  • We are a community of individuals, a network not a physical location, offering hope, education, and the opportunity for personal success to people with dyslexia and those who interact with them in Northeastern Ohio.  
  • Our offerings include workshops for educators and parents, an annual symposium, dyslexia simulations, and many other resources.

Reach out today and we will help you find the resources you need. 

Take a Moment and Meet IDA of Northern Ohio! 

Continue Learning with IDA of Northern Ohio: Current Workshops

Click on our Brand News + Events link for all of our upcoming events and important updates!

  • We are happy to offer multiple Wilson Language Training courses this summer. Find out more and Register today. 
  • Save the Date: IDA of Northern Ohio’s 36th Annual Symposium: Friday, September 27, 2024. In Person and hosted in Euclid, OH. 
  • Learn more and register for our 36th Annual Symposium:

Ohio Dyslexia Law and IDA Updates

Learn about all OH 2023-24 Literacy Initiative Updates (Funding, Dyslexia screeners, and Guidebook.)

Read about Structured Literacy Curricula, learn more about it, and discover how it helps serve ALL learners. 

IDA proudly presents the 75th Anniversary Edition of Perspectives on Language and Literacy. Including the latest research, the “anniversary edition serves as a beacon of knowledge, guiding readers through the intricacies of Structured Literacy and empowering them to foster literacy success for all learners.”

Click HERE to access the publication. 

If you have further questions about Structured Literacy and NOBIDA’s resources, please reach out.

Until Everyone Can Read.

Jennifer Scaffidi, M.Ed., CALT

NOBIDA Board President

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