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ALTA – About the Association
The Academic Language Therapy Association’s mission is to provide its members with a distinction of excellence by setting high standards through an international certification for individuals who complete rigorous evidence-based multisensory structured language coursework and supervised practicum. ALTA verifies that certified members follow a professional code of ethics and complete continuing education to broaden and strengthen their expertise in the field of dyslexia and related disorders. ALTA provides our communities-at-large with leadership and resources to promote quality practices and guidance in the field of dyslexia.
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“ALTA membership and serving on the board allows me to collaborate with like minded colleagues. I live in an area of the country that has been slow to recognize dyslexia. ALTA provides a reliable resource for families to locate one of our highly qualified members to provide effective intervention for dyslexic children.”