Wisconsin Institute for Learning Disabilites/Dyslexia Inc. (WILDD) | Education
Welcome to the Wisconsin Institute for Learning Disabilities/ Dyslexia, Inc. (WILDD), a non-profit organization headquartered in Madison, Wisconsin, where we empower people by teaching them how to read. We successfully work with adults and children who want to improve their ability to read, spell or master other academic subjects. We specialize in serving people who have dyslexia or other learning disabilities and those who have found little success with reading programs. WILDD's unique method, which is based on scientific research, was developed by a former special education teacher who has dyslexia. This method advances our clients from frustration and isolation to independence and equality with their peers. We don't sell expensive materials to be used at home. By contrast, whether we work with you in person or through WILDD Global distance education, each session is delivered one-on-one and face-to-face with a rigorously trained and dedicated instructor. If your child is struggling with learning, frustrated and "feeling dumb" (a common report from people with learning disabilities/dyslexia) and/or you have learning challenges yourself, we’re here to help!
Information about our approach will give you a better understanding of the uniqueness of WILDD and how our method raises reading and spelling levels by several years with most clients noticing a significant difference within the first few months.
WILDD is approved as a Supplemental Educational Services (SES) Provider by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.
Services at WILDD are provided at our Madison and West Allis centers and through distance learning at any location world-wide.
Our instructors work with both children and adults and we provide services without regard to age, race, color, ethnicity, gender, religion, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, political or religious affiliation or veteran status.