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dyslexia screening
dyslexia screening
A dyslexia screen is a low-cost way to determine if your child shows signs.
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free parent education meetings to help navigate dyslexia resources
dyslexia tutoring
dyslexia tutoring
We help students who struggle with reading, writing, spelling, decoding and sight words.

Welcome to Aspire Academy

Aspire Academy provides dyslexia screening and dyslexia tutoring, individualized ACT Prep and Summer Academic Enrichment programs. Centrally located in Urbandale, Iowa just west of Merle Hay Mall, we provide a home-like atmosphere and services where children feel comfortable and excel.

 

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We Have The Answers

You are here because you are looking for answers. You are trying to discover the best route to help you child succeed.  As a mother, I have been in your shoes searching for answers, and as a dyslexia tutor who has helped over 100 children succeed, I know answers are out there.

 

Call us today to discuss our programs at 515-978-4312

 


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Announcements

Summer Camp Registration Open
April 03 2018
Read about our summer programs! Download the registration form!

Note-taking and Dyslexia...why it fails.
March 01 2018
Read our latest blog on why the 504 accommodation for pre-printed notes and study guides is so vital for a student with dyslexia.

ADHD, Dyslexia or Both?
December 14 2017
ADHD and Dyslexia have overlapping symptoms. This article and its links provide information on what each disorder looks like.



Recent Blog Posts



Girls Empowerment Camp
April 28 2018
Allow your daughter to discover her inner strengths with our Girls Empowerment Camp. Career exploration, writing skills, confidence, fashion and digital literacy. All wrapped up in fun.


Aspire Summer Camps
April 02 2018
Registration is open for Aspire Summer Camps. Call 515-978-4312 to sign up!


Providing Notes to Students with Dyslexia
March 01 2018
Students with dyslexia find it almost impossible to take notes during a lecture. Dyslexia is a language-based learning disorder. Dyslexia makes it hard to write and spell, and taking notes during a lecture causes the dyslexic student to make a choice - do I listen and absorb the information, or do



Customer Comments

"I just heard your ad on the radio today. Heidi helped our son a few years ago, and we are very thankful!! He is almost done with his first semester at the University of Iowa majoring in Biomedical Engineering! The SDS office at Iowa also accepted his dyslexia documentation so he was granted extra time to take exams, leniency on spelling/grammar and a distraction free testing environment. Thank you for all your help!"

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Urbandale father