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Many of their 350 members are actively involved in the treatment and remediation of dyslexia. Members are educators, psychologists, physicians, social workers, individuals with dyslexia and parents who have dealt with learning disability issues within the local school systems and the State Department of Education.
One of their branch's most important issues it to raise awareness of dyslexia in order to increase early interventions. They support teacher education and hold outreach programs.