Decoding Dyslexia North Carolina
Join us for a Dyslexia Awareness Celebration in Charlotte on October 14th

Join us for a Dyslexia Awareness Celebration in Charlotte on October 14th

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Thanks Raleigh!

Thanks Raleigh!

The capital city of Raleigh has proclaimed October as Dyslexia Awareness Month. Thanks Liisa Ogburn and Aidan Colvin for helping raise awareness about dyslexia in Raleigh, North Carolina and throughout the world! We would also like to thank Mayor Nancy McFarlane. Be sure…

Light It Up Red for the 1 in 5!

Light It Up Red for the 1 in 5!

The Wells Fargo Duke Energy Center in Charlotte and the Cardinal Hotel in Winston-Salem will be lit red for Dyslexia Awareness in October. Light It Up Red NC 2016 We will be celebrating Dyslexia Awareness Month and the lighting of…

Jacksonville Celebrates Dyslexia Awareness Month

Jacksonville Celebrates Dyslexia Awareness Month

Donna Gargett, co-leader of Decoding Dyslexia North Carolina, has been busy planning for Dyslexia Awareness Month in Jacksonville. There will be radio interviews, presentations with networking, a movie screening and a Dyslexia Awareness Art show! So if you are interested…

Decoding Dyslexia T-shirt Sale!

Decoding Dyslexia T-shirt Sale!

We have started a T-shirt (apparel) campaign with the help of teespring to promote dyslexia awareness and pride for Dyslexia Awareness Month.   This sale will only last for 6 more days so act fast! Order Now   Various colors are available.…

Thanks Gastonia, Lowell and Dallas!

Thanks Gastonia, Lowell and Dallas!

The Cities of Gastonia, Lowell and Dallas have proclaimed October as Dyslexia Awareness Month.  Thank your Gaston County! Thanks Jennifer McBee for helping raise awareness about dyslexia in Gastonia and through out Gaston County. We would also like to thank Mayor John Bridgeman, Mayor…

The Dyslexia Dilemma

The Dyslexia Dilemma

It is time for Higher Education in North Carolina to address the needs of students with dyslexia in their curriculum. Does your child’s teacher know how to teach them to read?  The answer for most of us is NO. They should not…