Videos: Faces of Dyslexia

Decoding Dyslexia Ontario has produced 2 “Faces of Dyslexia” videos featuring students with dyslexia:

Faces of Dyslexia in Canada – 2017

This year, in an effort to increase awareness about Dyslexia in Canada, Decoding Dyslexia branches across our country are launching our “Faces of Dyslexia Canada” video. We need the country to know about our bright and incredibly capable young people with dyslexia who deserve an education appropriate to their learning needs.

Please share widely. Share with your schools, with your local school trustees, with your MPPs and anyone else who will listen and support the changes necessary so that all children in Canada can learn to read in our schools.

Faces of Dyslexia – 2016

As many of you know, October is Dyslexia Awareness Month and to celebrate, Decoding Dyslexia Ontario is sharing its first video.

Decoding Dyslexia Ontario aims to build awareness about the 1 in 5 children who struggle to read because of dyslexia.

These are the faces and wise words of some of our young people in Ontario who are spreading the word about dyslexia and helping us understand what we can do to help them succeed in school and in life.

Published by decodingdyslexiaon

Decoding Dyslexia Ontario (DDON) is a voluntary, parent-led movement driven by families who are concerned with the limited access to interventions for children with dyslexia in Ontario public schools.

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