Examiner, Volume 7, Issue 3
Diana Hanbury King was a trailblazer with a nearly seventy-year career in the field of dyslexia. She founded camps, schools, and the Academy of Orton-Gillingham. She mentored many, traveled the world, and even had a dragon tattoo. Her life’s work changed the lives of many others. IDA has gathered a few resources below to highlight some of that important work.
IDA’s Diana Hanbury King Archive
- Write Makes Right: Type Is Hype by Diana Hanbury King (article)
- Why Bother With Cursive? by Diana Hanbury King (article)
- Moving Forward While Looking Back by Karen Dakin (article)
- Tribute to IDA Pioneers: Diana Hanbury King (video interview)
Click on the image to the left to read the official obituary of Diana Hanbury King, which includes wonderful detail about her life’s work and personal charisma.