Heroes don’t always wear capes or leap over tall buildings.
In the dyslexia community, our heroes are…
…our very own kids who everyday come home from school exhausted, go for tutoring, do mountains of homework, and then get up and do it again
..you, the parents, who work hard everyday to make sure your amazing dyslexic child knows their strengths, and gets the help they need to succeed; and they’re parents helping other parents by sharing the knowledge they’ve gained on their journey through the education system
…the educators who identify and understand their learning difference, and use effective methods to teach them
…the researchers and scientists who help us understand dyslexia and how children learn to read
…the advocates who are creating dyslexia awareness and demanding curriculum change
…the community leaders who are championing the rights of children with dyslexia
Join us on Instagram and Facebook to celebrate “everyday dyslexia heroes” in our community. Launched in October for Dyslexia Awareness Month, we’ll continue to share stories thoughout the year.
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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