Decoding Dyslexia North Carolina

Decoding Dyslexia North Carolina In the News

EducationNC: Defining dyslexia and identifying students who have it is critical

Art show set to raise awareness for disorder

JDNews.com story

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Awareness Art Window

“What you need to know about dyslexia”

WCNC-Charlotte Today
State Leader, Linda William speaks on about the strengths, misconceptions and signs of dyslexia.Linda William-WCNC

Local Parent Pushes for Dyslexia Awareness

The Daily News-Jacksonville
After Donna Gargett and her 6-year-old daughter, Bella, were diagnosed with dyslexia, she decided to get active in raising awareness in the Jacksonville area. Dyslexia, a neurological disorder, is caused by different wiring of the brain and causes difficulty decoding, and the ability to accurately and fluently recognize words, according to the International Dyslexia Association. It also affects spelling. It affects, Gargett says, her everyday life. “A lot of times it’s downplayed,” she said. “When it really affects more than just being able to read or write.”
Local parent pushes for dyslexia awareness

Guest Blog Spring Creek

Camp Spring Creek Guest Blog

NC to Rely More on Teachers than Tests

Gaston Gazette
“McBee says those outdated methods left her son without the services he truly needed. She argues the current system is too simple and leaves students like her son without the help they need.”

Wilmington mom, son talk about the READ Act
In Depth:Dyslexia Awareness Month

October is Dyslexia Awareness Month and Time Warner Cable News’ Rob Boisvert talks with Decoding Dyslexia North Carolina (DDNC)’s Linda William.

Decoding Dyslexia Making Strides Across North Carolina

Lisa Eakins speaks to WECT’s Susanna Black about Decoding Dyslexia North Carolina and #SayDyslexia.
WECT News Story