In 2012 and as a result of the Disfam agreement, the first Dyslexia organization in Ibero-America, with other entities that care for people with dyslexia and other specific learning difficulties, the Ibero-American Organization for Specific Learning Difficulties was created, with the aim to unify and join efforts, to work together with the Ibero-American States and reduce the gap of inequalities between the countries in which the entities work on a daily basis.

After Disfam's 20th anniversary, as a result of the General Assembly held in the Human Rights Hall of the United Nations in Geneva, the "United for Dyslexia" Campaign to commemorate International Dyslexia Day and the Tramuntana International Forum which is attended by authorities from most of the Ibero-American States, highlights the need to have an International Organization to represent the population with dyslexia and other specific learning difficulties, with a single and coordinated voice, before the States, the administrations public, and all those public or private entities that have a direct or indirect relationship with our fellow citizens.