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Dyslexia Simulation Union County

Dyslexia Simulation Union County

Have you ever wondered what it is like to be dyslexic? Do you wish your child’s school or teacher understood more about what it is like to be dyslexic? Our Union County Chapter will be hosting a Dyslexia Simulation on November…

School Board raises awareness about dyslexia

School Board raises awareness about dyslexia

It is great to hear a North Carolina School board recognize October as Dyslexia Awareness Month.  Thanks New Hanover County School Board member Lisa Estep and New Hanover County School Advisory Council for Exceptional Students President, Dawn Grieb for advocating…

What have you done for Dyslexia Awareness Month?

What have you done for Dyslexia Awareness Month?

Asked your city or town to proclaim October as Dyslexia Awareness Month. Talked about dyslexia with your school board, school, teachers, PTA, news, etc.  Attended a dyslexia awareness event. Spread dyslexia awareness in your community. Attended training, a lecture, or a conference to…

Dyslexia Awareness Month-Time Warner Cable Interview

Dyslexia Awareness Month-Time Warner Cable Interview

Linda William discusses the strengths of dyslexia and the action gap in schools with Rob Boisvert on Time Warner Cable News.  She also speaks about the need for North Carolina legislation to address mandatory early screening and teacher training on dyslexia in higher education.…

North Carolina PTA Helps Promote Dyslexia Awareness Month

North Carolina PTA Helps Promote Dyslexia Awareness Month

October is Dyslexia Awareness Month We would like to thank the North Carolina PTA for helping promote dyslexia awareness in the state of North Carolina.  Parents and teachers need to learn the signs of dyslexia so that more children can have…

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…