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January 10, 2014
“Dyslexia affects millions of Americans, including many students. We know that many with dyslexia are among our brightest and most successful. If dyslexia is identified in elementary school and the appropriate resources are given to these children, America can produce more teachers, more scientists and more entrepreneurs. This resolution pushes schools and educational agencies to address this challenge and provide evidence-based solutions for dyslexic students.”
Please click Cassidy House Dyslexia Resolution January 10 2014 to read the pdf version of the resolution H.RES.456.
Please contact your U.S. House of Representative and ask him/her to support the Dyslexia Resolution that Congressman Cassidy introduced in the House today and to join the Bipartisan Congressional Dyslexia Caucus.
Hopefully this will be the impetus for eventually enacting national dyslexia legislation.
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Dyslexia Support Center: Changing One Life At A Time
Decoding Dyslexia of Alabama
For ALL: Parents, students of all ages, teachers, advocates, and state/local representatives
When: Monday Evening, August 12, 2013 @ 6:30 P.M.
Where: Alabaster First Baptist Church, Fellowship Hall, 903 3rd Ave NW, Alabaster, AL 35007
What: We will be sharing about Decoding Dyslexia of AL, a grassroots parents movement. DD of AL goal is to bring awareness about dyslexia to our state and schools.
A parent and teacher will be sharing about her experience with a program called Lexia. We will also be talking about a showing of an upcoming movie called “The Big Picture.”
You don’t want to miss it. Please join us!