New Hanover County's public schools account for nearly half of the statewide use of seclusion rooms — but administrators haven't been able to explain why the district's numbers are so high.
And that's not the only question that advocates have raised about their use. - Read the full article -
Tools to the dyslexic community including assisted technology.
Educate communities and teachers about dyslexia.
Advocate for awareness, proper instruction, and proper accommodations.
Mentor children and adults that need support to build their self-esteem.
We believe in helping everyone discover their strengths and reach their full potential.
We prepare your child to self-advocate, learn assisted technology, and be a proud dyslexic.
We help adult individuals learn about assisted technology that can help in the workplace.
Schedule a FREE chat to see how we can help.
|Learn more about assisted technology||Attend an Awareness Art Show||Sign our petition||Kid's Club Meet Up|
|Build Self-esteem||Schedule a presentation at work/school||Connect with other parents||Literacy with animals
|Find your strength workshop. Explaining the science of reading.||Community Engagement Request||Contact your representative||The book club- what audiobook are you listening to?|
|Therapy with a licensed therapist||Take a workshop||IEP information/ file a compliant||Art show prep- join the art committee|
|Learn more about assisted technology||Attend an Awareness Art Show|
|Build Self-esteem||Schedule a presentation at work/school|
|Find your strength workshop. Explaining the science of reading.||Community Engagement Request|
|Therapy with a licensed therapist||Take a workshop|
|Sign our petition||Kid's Club Meet Up|
|Connect with other parents||Literacy with animals
|Contact your representative||The book club- what audiobook are you listening to?|
|IEP information/ file a compliant||Art show prep- join the art committee|
Services BCAA provides:
Awareness Art Show
We provide community engagement opportunities for the public to learn more about dyslexia. Some of these presentations involve a simulation, using items from the facility that is hosting. For example, if we are at a restaurant we change the menu to make it difficult to read so people can experience the difficulties a person with dyslexia experiences. This provides a more authentic experience.
We also provide education through awareness art shows. We have had adult dyslexics submit artwork from all over the world and had local art shows.
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