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HISTORY: Dyslexia & Dyscalculia Support Services began in 1992 and started using the website, dyscalculia.org, in 1997.

In January 2007,  Dyscalculia.org was formally incorporated as a nonprofit organization in the State of Michigan and served the public with the website, dyscalculia.org. 

Dyscalculia.org has not applied for 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status from the IRS. To this point, Dyscalculia.org has not solicited funding from donors or grantmakers, yet has served the public with free math learning disability information and consultations, free and paid diagnostic and remedial services, and training for schools, teachers, and other stakeholders. 

On February 10, 2010, Dyscalculia.org was registered as a charitable trust under the Michigan Supervision of Trustees for Charitable Purposes Act (STCPA), MCL 14.251 by the Michigan Attorney General. 

Dyscalculia.org is seeking new board members to serve as volunteer directors for the organization. Tasks include strategic planning and oversight.

The board may decide to seek tax-exempt status and then to pursue a formal fundraising program in order to support:

- paid staff
- scholarships
- fellowships
- research grants
- development of remedial programs free to the public
- training
- mentoring
- outreach
- advocacy
- project coordination with educational publishers, content developers, schools, 
   government agencies and community organizations
- educational technology
- software & app development

For contact information, please see our CONTACT page.