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Our 7 year old son has just been diagnosed with Dyslexia. We are considering a couple of schools recommended to us for him. We would also like to find a school suitable for our 10 year old daughter starting September 2010, one that would, hopefully be suitable for our son in future years when and if he is able to go "mainstream". I guess what we are looking for is a school that accommodates for students with dyslexia in their high school years (or before).
 
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A few schools that offer dyslexia support that you may wish to consider for your daughter include: Chisholm Academy in Oakville WillowWood School in Toronto You can... read more
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