My 11 year old son is dyslexic. He is so dyslexic that my school district is actually paying for him to attend an out of district private school that specializes in dyslexia. We have had great success with him using Orton-Gillingham and then Wilson and he now reads above grade level in English. However, we are now starting his Bar Mitzvah prep. I met with the Rabbi and was advised that he is at the bottom of his class in terms of his reading and writing in Hebrew. The usual methods are not working for him. He is at the top of the class in things like theory and history, but the reading and writing are just not coming. My question is this - I am sure there must be dyslexic native Hebrew speakers, so what is the Israeli or Hebrew equivalent of O-G and/or Wilson that could possibly help my son learn to read and write Hebrew. Making his Bar Mitzvah is important to him and it is becoming an issue because my 8 year old is advancing in his acquisition of Hebrew and may overtake him soon. I am Yeshiva educated and read and write Hebrew fluently (though my spoken Hebrew is very poor as we were not taught to converse in my day) so I would be able to work with him. The Rabbi said that if there is a software or other program that is not too expensive, the temple might consider funding it as my son is not the only Learning Disability (LD) child in the program. Thanks to anyone who might be able to help.