Dyslexia Testing and Tutors

7755 Office Plaza Dr. N. Suite 105, West Des Moines, Iowa 50266

(515) 218 - 8445

"Nina's speech was the best I've ever heard at this conference!" ~ Attendee Iowa Homeschool Conference


"I heard Nina speak at a conference, and it has completely changed my life, and my children's lives.  My husband and I have altered our entire approach to supporting the kids academically and it has made our entire family dynamic better!" ~ Mother of 2


"I have been a teacher for 5 years, and this simulation is one of the most profound things I have ever experienced!" - Iowa Educator

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Would you like your team to experience a dyslexia simulation?  

Do you need a high impact keynote message delivered?  

Do you want to educate your staff about dyslexia?

Looking to help an audience learn more about dyslexia?

An intense 4-day course for educators & professionals looking to learn more about dyslexia and its impact on students and the classroom.

Are you just learning about dyslexia?  Attend our Understanding Dyslexia class in West Des Moines for a 2-hour introduction and overview!

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The Study Of & Classroom Strategies for Dyslexia

Professional Development

Nina Lorimor-Easley has presented to audiences ranging from parents and students, to educators and the Iowa Senate Education Committee.  Nina can present on a variety of dyslexia-related topics, and can facilitate large or small audiences.  Whether you are looking for an emotional keynote speaker, an informative presentation on education issues impacting our students today, or a high-impact simulation, call us today to discuss your needs! 


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Nina Lorimor-Easley is a mother of three children, two of whom are diagnosed with double deficit dyslexia. With no resources available to address her son's needs, Nina began to educate herself on how to best help her sons learn.  


Though it has been a significant struggle at times, Nina has approached the challenge of dyslexia as a mission in her life.  Her determination to ensure that the road would be easier for families moving forward led her to abandon her career and change her path completely in her late thirties.  Becoming a partner in a business and a full-time student again, while balancing life as a mother of non-typical learners helps her connect to audiences of all ages and backgrounds.  Call today to learn how Nina's messages could impact your audience!