Just in time for IEP meetings, and Dyslexia Awareness month, we’re launching our new tool kit to help parents navigate the education system and support their dyslexic chidren. Go to our parent tool kit website to read and download this free resource:
The Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC) launched their Right to Read Inquiry in 2020. They released their detailed report on February 28, 2022. We encourage you to contact your Member of Provincial Parliament (MPP) to let them know that the recommendations made by the OHRC — and the proposed changes to the curriculum as announced afterContinue reading “Right to Read: Contact your MPP”
Decoding Dyslexia Ontario’s dyslexia roadmap — how to navigate school with reading challenges. Created by DDON research lead Natalie Gallimore. Please share!
This week, Renu Mandhane, Chief Commissioner of the Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC), acknowledged that children with dyslexia must be accommodated in Ontario schools — whether schools use the term “dyslexia” or not. She further advised parents of children with dyslexia or specific learning disorder (SLD) (which may be dyslexia even if your public schoolContinue reading “Fact sheet: Inadequate appropriate special ed sevice = discrimination”
Dr. Norm Forman, Navigating the IEP & IPRC Process – A Decoding Dyslexia Ontario Webinar Decoding Dyslexia – Ontario held an information session and webinar on Saturday, October 28, 2017, at Beaches Reading Clinic, featuring Dr. Norm Forman. We learned a great deal about the IEP/IPRC process and how parents can effectively advocate for their children. Dr. Forman is aContinue reading “Webinar: Navigating the IEP/IPRC process”
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 brightContinue reading “Videos: Faces of Dyslexia”