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Signs of Dyslexia

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*Intelligent but has problems with reading, Writing or spelling *Intelligent but does not test well or has severe anxiety about testing *Seems to daydream or zone out in the classroom or meeting scenario *Learns best by “hands on” training rather than verbal or written instruction *See movement of letters on page whether reading or writing…

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Chat with Decoding Dyslexia featuring Dr. Kelli Sandman-Hurley

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Event Information Thursday, October 12, 2017 9:00am PST Host: National Center on Improving Literacy Location: Online Event Type: Facebook Chat Audience: Parents & Families, Schools & Districts The National Center on Improving Literacy does not endorse individual vendors, products or services. See their Endorsement Disclaimer for more information.

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Celebrate Dyslexia Education!

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To be held at The Kildonan School, which has been empowering students with dyslexia since 1969, located in Amenia, New York. Friday, October 20th Honor Educators, Special guests, Dedicated Advocates Visit classes, meet teachers and students See how dyslexic students are exceling and shaping the future Recognition of recent benchmarks in state legislation and advocacy…

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October Is Dyslexia Awareness Month

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Tuesday, October 3rd, Santa Barbara County is issuing a proclamation recognizing Dyslexia Awareness Month, 9:00 AM, in the County Supervisors’ Hearing Room. All are invited to attend, and also to witness the County’s appreciation for the decades of work by Barry and Deidre Dubin in our community. We are especially happy about this because it…

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Unidentified Dyslexia Takes Heavy Toll

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Unidentified dyslexia is more common than one might think. The prevalence numbers vary, but research tells us that there are too many unidentified and quietly struggling dyslexic students in our K-12 classrooms and schools. The National Institutes of Health estimates that between 6 percent and 17 percent of school-age children have some form of dyslexia, although…

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