Dyscalculia.org is a nonprofit educational organization dedicated to advancing understanding and treatment of specific learning disabilities in mathematics, AKA dyscalculia. Dyscalculia.org aims to provide free public information about math learning disability: history, terminology, science, research, treatment, causes of innumeracy; best practices for diagnosis, treatment, teaching and learning; relevant laws, rules and protections; school, self and organizational advocacy; and access and accommodations across the academic lifespan.
Dyscalculia.org also aims to develop science-based multimedia instruction on dyscalculia for students, teachers, administrators, parents and professionals. Dyscalculia.org will develop through collaborations and partnerships, free or nominal-cost, multimedia interactive, computerized programs to remediate dyscalculia in affected children and adults. Dyscalculia.org will provide training in the diagnosis of dyscalculia and proper prescriptive programming.
Dyscalculia.org may offer full-credit math courses-- in partnership with educational content developers and publishers and in partnership with diploma and degree granting institutions-- tailored specifically to reach those with dyscalculia and proven to deliver lasting measurable educational outcomes.
Courses may include: how we learn math, history of math, basic numeracy, basic math, the language of mathematics, pre-algebra, geometry, high school algebra, college algebra, statistics, trigonometry, pre-calculus, calculus, math for advanced sciences, math for the social sciences, business math, life skills math, accounting, bookkeeping, history of math, women of mathematics, and physics.