||Betty Ann Judah,
Ann Judah, MS, A.E.T., is Founder,
Director, and Educational Consultant for The Dyslexia Center
in Las Vegas. She specializes in the identification and correction
of learning disabilities and symptoms of dyslexia.
Betty has a Bachelor of Science degree in Education and English
Literature, with minors in Psychology and Sociology, from Northwestern
University in Evanston, Illinois. She also has a Master of Science
degree in Guidance Counseling with minors in Education, Reading,
and Psychology from Purdue University. She has pursued advanced-degree
work in the learning disabilities programs at Purdue and Ohio
State Universities. She has attended numerous programs and workshops
to advance her education and correct her own dyslexia. Betty
is a Professional Member of the Association of Educational Therapists;
The International Dyslexia Association; and Leadership Santa
Rosa, Class V.
A corrected dyslexic herself, and the mother of a dyslexic,
Betty has worked in the field of learning disabilities and
dyslexia for 30 years. In 1972, Betty trained in a 300-hour
practicum with the president of The National Orton Dyslexia
Society (now The International Dyslexia Association). She
incorporated Orton methods into her work as a teacher, guidance
counselor, educational advocate, and tutor. She taught special
education in public school for students with learning disabilities
and in a home for severely at-risk children. She has additional
experience as a guidance counselor for the military, both
overseas and at the Presidio in San Francisco, and continues
to be an educational advocate. In 1984, Betty became the owner
and Director of Turning to Learning, a tutorial service, providing
assessment, consultation, school advocacy, and tutoring services.
In 1987, Betty became an associate while working with Ron
and Alice Davis at the Reading Research Council in Burlingame.
In addition to being an associate for six years, she also
did a two-year internship with the Reading Research Council.
In 1993, she transformed her own business into The Dyslexia
Together with her talented staff, she continues to change people's