There is nothing better than hearing “ME TOO!” from someone on a similar journey. October is Dyslexia Awareness Month! Consider hosting a Dyslexia Support Group during the month of October. Big or small each gathering will make a difference to our community. Below is a step by step how to guide to host your support group […]
WASHINGTON – Congressmen Bill Cassidy, Co-Chair of the Bipartisan Congressional Dyslexia Caucus, submitted a resolution urging the House of Representatives to call on schools and state and local educational agencies to address the implications that dyslexia has on students. Dr. Cassidy released the following statement: “Dyslexia affects millions of Americans, including many students. We know that many
Decoding Dyslexia recently received a letter from IDA President Hal Malchow and we wanted to share it with you! Dear Decoding Dyslexia Supporters, At the International Dyslexia Association we are excited about the Decoding Dyslexia movement. Your engagement and activism is helping all of us accomplish more in the cause we share. Over the last few months I have
Decoding Dyslexia Oregon welcomed Ben Foss to speak and inspire families in Oregon on December 2, 2013. Ben talked about ways to renew your child’s confidence and love of learning. His new book, The Dyslexia Empowerment Plan, is an awesome read for parents! While other books may tell you what dyslexia is, this book tells
Contact Us! Do you know a bright child who struggles to read or write? Are you having trouble navigating the special education process, but don’t know where to turn? Research shows that 1 out of 5 students struggle with reading and spelling. You are not alone. Join us and let’s connect at an upcoming event.
March 7th — Decoding Dyslexia State Leaders meet at the Headquarters of Learning Ally for the 2014 National Social Media Conference. The purpose of the conference is for state leaders to enhance the critical social media skills needed to share our movement’s messages locally and nationally. Read information about this Conference hosted by Learning Ally with the support of the
Presented by Portland Public Schools & PPS Community Reading Partners: Portland Public Schools, Pacific University, Oregon Speech & Hearing Association, Oregon School Psychologists Association, Oregon Branch of the International Dyslexia Association, Learning Disabilities Association of Oregon, Decoding Dyslexia Oregon, and the Blosser Center for Dyslexia Resources present a day on reading assessment and intervention with Dr. Louisa Moats. Monday, Jan 13th, 2014 10 am – 3:30 pm Marshall High School