Anonymous asks:

i really want learn how to read. i dont know that many words and that make me cry. so how can i get help?

In Topics: Helping my child with reading
> 60 days ago


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dgraab , Parent writes:

You didn't mention if you are an adult or teen, but either way, there are resources available to help you learn to read. It's never too late to learn.

If you are a teen student: please talk to your parent(s), or a teacher, school counselor, coach or another trusted adult, and ask for their help in finding literacy resources in your area, such as a tutoring program on or off-campus. An adult can help determine if you have a learning disability that is affecting your ability to read, and can help you with strategies to improve your reading.

Also, practice! Read as much as you can, as often as you can. Here are some reading activities that you can do with your family:

If you are an adult: Please seek out adult literacy programs in your community. There is support available. Your local library could be an excellent starting point for finding a great program. The National Institute for Literacy can also connect you to adult literacy programs in U.S. cities: They offer a toll-free phone number: 1-800-228-8813.

All the best to you in improving your reading, and thank you for asking!
> 60 days ago

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