NCIDA’s 3rd Annual Day of Dyslexia Event
Please share this flyer with others! Day of dyslexia flyer 2018
Join us from 9:00 – 12:00 on Saturday, October 13, 2018 at
-The live event at The Hill Center in Durham
– Asheville host site at Key Learning Center
-Live stream from anywhere!
This free event is open to anyone interested in dyslexia, parents, teachers, tutors, students, advocates, university faculty, and students.
- Networking within community
- Providing resources
- Sharing experiences
- Increasing knowledge
FREE EVENT – Donations Accepted
The format for the day:
- Welcome by NCIDA President, Kris Cox
- Keynote lecture by Deb Luckett.
- Question and Answer session with The NCIDA Board of Directors*
- Discussion session with Dr. Deirdre Christy about educational evaluations
*The NCIDA Board of Directors on Q&A Panel:
Kris Kox – President NCIDA, Moderator
Pinkney Greene – Proud Parent of a Daughter with Dyslexia
Nancy Hennessey – National Education Expert and Past President on The International Dyslexia Association
Julia Walsh– Miss Rose Hill 2018, and Young Adult with Dyslexia
Madison Luckett – High School Student with Dyslexia
Laura Daniels- Dyslexia Educator
Dr. Deirdre Christy – Educational Psychologist in Private Practice
Lynne Loeser- Consultant for Specific Learning Disabilities and ADHD at the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction
Please join us! REGISTER HERE
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN BECOMING AN IDA PROGRAM ACCREDITATION AND REVIEW TEAM MEMBER? If so, check out the details and application here: IDA Program Accreditation Review Team Application September 2018.
The NCDPI has compiled a list of resources for those with dyslexia and dyscalculia. Click here for more information.
Attention parents and educators!! NCIDA has created an invaluable document with key policy, legislative and related documents and resources. Click here to read more!!
Are you a parent trying to prepare your child for college? Click here for a parent’s perspective and suggestions.
Having a child diagnosed with dyslexia can be a traumatic experience. While dyslexia can make reading more difficult, with the right instruction, almost all individuals with dyslexia can learn to read. Many people with dyslexia have gone on to accomplish great things.
Among the many dyslexia success stories are Thomas Edison, Stephen Spielberg, F. Scott Fitzgerald and Charles Schwab. Dyslexia is a neurological condition caused by a different wiring of the brain. There is no cure for dyslexia and individuals with this condition must learn coping strategies. Research indicates that dyslexia has no relationship to intelligence. Individuals with dyslexia are neither more nor less intelligent than the general population. But some say the way individuals with dyslexia think can actually be an asset in achieving success.
If you are a person with dyslexia, a parent of a child with dyslexia, a teacher or other professional interested in working to make the lives of people with dyslexia richer and more productive, please consider joining our national organization. In doing so you will automatically become a member of the North Carolina Branch.
We encourage you to join us in our mission. Please feel free to contact us if you have questions.
International Dyslexia Association
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