As a Dyslexia Institutes of America franchisee you have the opportunity to own a business that is both lucrative and rewarding! And with our attractive financing options, training, support and low start-up costs, getting started is easy! Don't wait; contact us today!
To buy a franchise with Dyslexia Institutes of America, you'll need to have at least $60,000 in liquid capital. Franchisees can expect to make a total investment of $40,000 - $60,000. *
The Dyslexia Institutes of America program is the result of seven years of cutting edge research in the successful treatment of dyslexia. If you qualify for this invaluable franchise service…you can enjoy the financial and personal rewards of helping children and adults improve their lives through proven dyslexic therapies.
"Watching your son struggle and flounder at school is heart-breaking and unacceptable. Thank you Dyslexia Institutes for giving Jake the tools and knowledge to work around obstacles."
--Pam Hampton, parent of a dyslexic child
Easy to Operate
You don't need highly specialized training. Each Clinic has an office with a director, either full or part time, who is a certified teacher. As your service provider, we prepare all client assessment results and therapy prescriptions for you. Your Clinic will interview and test new clients, and administer and monitor their ongoing treatments. Low $40 to $80k investment, with three start-up models including our new home-based Clinic.
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Dyslexia Institutes of America is also currently accepting inquiries from Canada.
Interested parties should have at least $60,000 in liquid capital to invest.