The Virginia Branch of The International Dyslexia Association
The Virginia Branch of The International Dyslexia Association

Service Areas in Virginia


Stacy P. Dean, Ph.D., NCED
Partners In Learning Educational Consulting, LLC
503 Faulconer Dr., 7A
Charlottesville, VA 22903
University of Virginia - Adjunct Faculty
[email protected]

The Virginia Department of Education, sponsor of T/TAC Online, also supports eight regional T/TACs that comprise a statewide system emphasizing collaboration in the planning and provision of services to meet state and local staff development needs. The site was designed and developed by George Mason University students and professors. The mission of Virginia's Training and Technical Assistance Centers (T/TAC) is to improve educational opportunities and contribute to the success of children and youth with disabilities (birth - 22 years). The Centers provide quality training and technical assistance in response to local, regional, and state needs. T/TAC services increase the capacity of schools, school personnel, service providers, and families to meet the needs of children and youth.

Testing/Evaluation Services in Virginia:

Testing and evaluation is a key ingredient for positive academic interventions for the dyslexic individual. The following sources may be a guide to finding adequate services in Virginia. The VBIDA must again disclaim any responsibility for quality and integrity of these services. However, the organization believes the following list to be valuable tool for those interested in obtaining an evaluation. Evaluations for dyslexia fall under the designation of special education. Dyslexic students are most often identified under a designation of speech/language and/or specific learning disability.

Public School Evaluations:

All school aged children may be able to secure an evaluation in the public school division in which the child is educated. Educational testing and evaluation is available to school aged students if the school system suspects that the student may have a disability that impacts the student’s ability to have access to his learning.

Private Evaluations:

Private evaluations are available through both private psychologists and psychiatrists. These evaluations are paid for by the individual requesting the testing services or by an individual’s private or corporate health insurance.

Email: [email protected]


3126 West Cary Street #102 
Richmond VA 23221

Phone Toll Free: 866-893-0583

VBIDA Regions (Counties listed below for each Region)


Accomack County
Albemarle County
Amherst County
Augusta County
Bath County
Bedford County
Campbell County
Culpeper County
Fauquier County
Fluvanna County
Frederick County
Greene County
Highland County
Louisa County
Madison County
Nelson County
Orange County
Page County
Rappahannock County
Rockbridge County
Rockingham County
Shenandoah County
Warren County


Alleghany County
Bland County
Botetourt County
Buchanan County
Carroll County
Clarke County
Craig County
Dickenson County
Floyd County
Franklin County
Giles County
Grayson County
Henry County
Lee County
Montgomery County
Patrick County
Pittsylvania County
Pulaski County
Roanoke County
Russell County
Scott County
Smyth County
Tazewell County
Washington County
Wise County
Wythe County


Caroline County
Essex County
Gloucester County
Isle of Wight County
King and Queen County
King George County
King William County
Lancaster County
Mathews County
Middlesex County
Northampton County
Northumberland County
Richmond County
Southampton County
Spotsylvania County
Stafford County
Westmoreland County
York County


Amelia County
Appomattox County
Brunswick County
Buckingham County
Charles City County
Charlotte County
Chesterfield County
Cumberland County
Dinwiddie County
Goochland County
Greensville County
Halifax County
Hanover County
Henrico County
James City County
Lunenburg County
Mecklenburg County
New Kent County
Nottoway County
Powhatan County
Prince Edward County
Prince George County
Surry County
Sussex County


IDA is the leading resource for individuals with dyslexia, their families, teachers, and educational professionals around the world. Since we are a non-profit organization dedicated to the study and treatment of dyslexia, we encourage you to join our mission and become a member. You will receive regular information about managing dyslexia, access to an international network of professionals in the field, discounts on conferences fees and publications from our Online Store, quarterly and biannual publications, and affiliation with your Local Branches opening a gateway to a learning community of other individuals sharing our mission. Disclaimer The International Dyslexia Association, IDA, doesn't recommend or endorse any individual, business, school or program.

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