Some of the topics at our October workshops:
These are informal workshops that offer solutions to the main issues facing dyslexic students in public schools. Bear in mind that untreated dyslexia is a symptom of a much larger misunderstanding about how children are taught reading skills.
What we do
Untreated dyslexia is a symptom of a much larger misunderstanding about how reading is taught.
We advocate for students, organize training, hold workshops and parent support groups. Our mission is to ensure every child with dyslexia learns how to read at their public school. Our programs and approaches will improve reading skill levels for entire school districts.
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Only one school district refused to provide services to teach a child how to read
Psychologists Trained to Identify Dyslexia
How Common is Dyslexia?
Dyslexia is the most common reading disability affecting up to 1 in 5 people or 20% of the community (Yale et al, 2013).
Dyslexia crosses racial, ethnic and socioeconomic lines. With expert instruction and accommodations every dyslexic student can become a skilled reader, fully participate in their education and successfully achieve their potential.
Parents Support Groups
Parent support groups offer support and educational information on how to advocate for your child at their public school district. There are question and answer sessions and we will bring guest speakers to talk on a particular subject of interest.
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Hard to Read