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Time for Dyslexia Legislation in North Carolina

Time for Dyslexia Legislation in North Carolina

This video was show at the Charlotte City Council meeting on September 12th when the City of Charlotte proclaimed October as Dyslexia Awareness Month. “We have made progress over the last two years, however it is not enough.  There are only eleven states…

Sharing Your Family’s Story Will Make an Impact!

The North Carolina General Assembly will reconvene for the 2015 session in Raleigh at the end of January. Please take the time to write down your family’s journey with dyslexia in the public school system and share it with DD-NC…

Meeting with US Senator Burr Staffer

Meeting with US Senator Burr Staffer

DDNC student & parent members recently met with Chief Constituent Advocate for Senator Burr, Ms. Andrea Hyman-Davis to talk about raising awareness and what needs done to support dyslexics.

Resolution Introduced at Federal Level – HR 456

WASHINGTON – January 10, Congressmen Bill Cassidy, M.D., the Co-Chair of the House Dyslexia Caucus, submitted a resolution calling for the House to acknowledge the impact of dyslexia and urge schools and educational agencies to address its impact on students.…

A Step Forward for Dyslexic Students in NC

Today we had the opportunity to meet with Representatives Debra Conrad & Donny Lambeth. We shared our stories along with others in addition to information that we believe would be a benefit to all those children and adults that struggle…