Decoding Dyslexia North Carolina

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Welcome Back to School PTA

Welcome Back to School PTA

The North Carolina PTA adopted a dyslexia resolution in 2017.  We would like to encourage you to share this resolution with your local PTA.  Putting information like this in front of parents and teachers will help raise awareness and might even…

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year!

We will be sending out New Year’s post cards this year to select members of the North Carolina General Assembly. Please join us in helping spreading dyslexia awareness in North Carolina.  We encourage each of you to reach out to your Senators…

Charlotte Dyslexia Celebration Recap

Charlotte Dyslexia Celebration Recap

2017 Light up night Dyslexia Awareness Event NO LONGER INVISIBLE! Agenda Welcome/ acknowledgement of special guests – Linda William Opening Remarks “What is Dyslexia” a parent/teacher perspective – Kristy Privette & Megan Mehtas Megan shared the story of her discovery…

Erin Brockovich Speaks to The Hill School of Wilmington

Erin Brockovich Speaks to The Hill School of Wilmington

Some members of Decoding Dyslexia North Carolina recently had the pleasure of hearing Erin Brockovich speak at The Hill School of Wilmington.  She shared her struggles with dyslexia and how dyslexia has also been a gift that has helped her…

Would you like your city to proclaim October as Dyslexia Awareness Month?

Would you like your city to proclaim October as Dyslexia Awareness Month?

Last October, 19 cities and towns proclaimed October as Dyslexia Awareness Month. Belmont, Bessemer City, Carrboro, Chapel Hill, Charlotte, Cramerton, Dallas, Durham, Gastonia, Greensboro, Hickory, Jacksonville, Lowell, McAdenville, Mount Holly, Raleigh, Wilmington, Wilson, Winston-Salem If you would like your city…

North Carolina PTA Dyslexia Resolution

North Carolina PTA Dyslexia Resolution

The North Carolina PTA has announced that their board of directors has adopted a resolution on dyslexia.  We would like to thank the PTA and it’s board of directors for supporting our advocacy efforts by helping highlight dyslexia and the support that students…