I second Laura's recommendation to contact NILD. My 2 dyslexic kids started working with them this week. It is a wonderful organization.
Check out Susan Barton's website. She has TONS of info on dyslexia and although the program is expensive, it is cheaper than tutoring and NILD and you can do it yourself. She has made it super parent friendly. I am sorry I can't remember the name of the website exactly but I think it is Bright Solutions for Dyslexia or something similar.
I was in your shoes earlier this year and now that I have had time to digest the info we have hit the ground running. I tested my dc (10 and 8 yo) just this morning and since January my ds has gone from reading at a K level to 1st grade 7 month and my dd has gone from 2nd grade 1st month to 4th grade 5th month with Orton-Gillingham tutoring that I have done myself. Feel free to PM me if you want more info, I would be happy to share.
Wife to my dh for 16 years. Mama to dd 13, dd 11, ds 9, dd 4, and dd 3.
In our 8th year of homeschooling.