Join us for our 14th Annual

Celebration of Achievement

Everyone is invited to attend this event and help us acknowledge the hard work and achievements of this year's graduates of our Center.

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

7:00 pm to 8:30 pm

Lodge Room #2

Madison Masonic Center

301 Wisconsin Avenue

Madison WI 53703

We will have two special guest speakers:

Shawn Anthony Robinson, PhD

Dyslexia Consultant

     Dr. Shawn Anthony Robinson is a dyslexia consultant whose research focuses on the intersection of giftedness and dyslexia, and scholarship and theory addressing theoretical frameworks investigating gifted Black males with dyslexia. He brings a wealth of academic experience, training and knowledge about the psychological development of dyslexia. Dr. Robinson earned his Bachelor of Sciences in Human Services from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, his Master’s Degree in Education from DePaul University in Chicago, IL and Ph.D. in Language and Literacy from Cardinal Stritch University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 


Laura Adams

of the Wisconsin Dept. of Public Instruction

Refreshments will follow.

Contact our office with questions:


Visit our Resources/Links/Info page for more information on dyslexia and learning disabilities as well as links to important web sites you might find helpful.

Children's Dyslexia Center-Madison

A Scottish Rite Masonic, Community Partnership


​One-on-one Tutoring for Children with Dyslexia/Learning Disabilities at No Cost

May 21, 2016, is the date for our 7th annual Walk for Dyslexia. Please mark your calendars! You can visit for more information!

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Children's Dyslexia Center-Madison

301 Wisconsin Avenue

Madison, WI 53703-2107

Phone: 608.252.4922

Fax: 608.252.4933


   Dyslexia is a neurologically-based, often familial disorder, which interferes with the acquisition and processing of language. Varying in degree of severity, it is manifested by difficulties in phonological processing, receptive and expansive language skills, in reading, writing, spelling, handwriting and sometimes in arithmetic.

    Since 2001, children in the greater Madison area have received free specialized instruction at the Madison Center enabling them to overcome the effects of dyslexia. Our Center provides highly qualified staff who are specially trained in the treatment of Dyslexia/Learning Disabilities. After professional assessment and evaluation of the student's needs, our staff then provides customized one-on-one instruction using a variety of techniques. In addition, our Center provides free training for teachers or volunteers who want to tutor children with Dyslexia.