Dyslexia Forum Friday 9 March - Camperdown Community House
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Dyslexia Forum Friday 9 March

Dyslexia Forum

Dyslexia Forum Friday 9 March

Dyslexia is a disorder that involves difficulty in learning to read or interpret words, letters and other symbols. Many people go un-diagnosed and struggle through school and later life. Recent studies show that up to 15% of the population are affected by it.

Free 90 Minute Seminar

This Dyslexia Seminar will be 90 minutes of tips, insight and practical knowledge about what dyslexia is and how you can go about remediation.

The Camperdown Seminar will be held at Camperdown Community House on Friday 9 March from 1pm to 2.30pm.

Register online

Learn How…

You can finally break free from the cycle of reading failure and learn how to help your child read.

Learn why it is that dyslexia occurs. Understand what’s happening in the classroom and how to accelerate your child’s reading quicker than you thought possible – all at an affordable price, in the comfort of your own home, at a time that works with the family commitments.

You will see that small adjustments can make big changes to your child’s learning and you’ll gain powerful insight on how to support your child to ensure their promising future.

Your Speakers

Marianne Mullally, Dyslexia Expert, Author and parent of a dyslexic child has over 10,000 hours of clinical experience working with dyslexic adults and children over the past 11 years.

Tom Mullally, Dyslexia sufferer now turned entrepreneur in the social media marketing space was at the age of 7 told that he would never amount to anything.

Register Now

Dyslexia Drive

Camperdown Community House
office@camperdownch.com.au
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