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Why Legislation For Early Screening Is Needed In North Carolina

Why Legislation For Early Screening Is Needed In North Carolina

If you suspect that your child has a learning disability or dyslexia and they need special education services you may request an evaluation for an Individual Education Plan (IEP) from the school at anytime.  It does not matter what tier…

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…

Boy Scout spreads Dyslexia Awareness to earn his Eagle Scout

Boy Scout spreads Dyslexia Awareness to earn his Eagle Scout

Logan Faulkner is a 14 year old Boy Scout who coordinated a Dyslexia Awareness Workshop at the Durham County Main Library on October 27th for Dyslexia Awareness Month as his Eagle Scout Leadership Project. His workshop consisted of a mix…

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…

Thanks Chapel Hill!

Thanks Chapel Hill!

Chapel Hill has proclaimed October as Dyslexia Awareness Month! Thanks Elizabeth Schifano for requesting this proclamation and helping spread dyslexia awareness in Chapel Hill. Thanks also to Robin Wallace of the Augustine Literacy Project and Mayor Pam Hemmington. Thank you Trish Seres…