Rutland Dyslexia Roadshow - Victoria Hall, Oakham - 1st April
Saturday, April 1st
Dyslexic or think you might be? Concerned about someone who could be? Rutland Dyslexia is holding a one-day Information Roadshow at Victoria Hall in Oakham on Saturday 1st April 2017.
The event will signpost local organisations and discuss the support materials and new technologies available to dyslexic adults, children and their families. Dyslexic children and adults, their parents/families, educators, employers and the wider community are encouraged to attend in order to see how simple changes in the classroom or workplace can make a world of difference to pupils or employees with dyslexia.
A limited number of FREE dyslexia screening appointments are on offer to Rutland residents through The Dyslexia Association, based in Nottingham. Please visit their stand to register your interest.
This has been made possible by the generous fundraising donation from Sophie Little, who raised over £1700 running a half-marathon in memory of her close friends’ mum, Anne Sudborough, Rutland Dyslexia’s dedicated secretary and talented Dyslexia teacher.
Expert advice, signposting, tips and techniques are available on the day with a host of specialist businesses showcasing some of the useful resources available. Exhibitors include The Dyslexia Association, Think-A-Link, Oakham Library, Wordshark & Numbershark plus a demonstration of the latest gadgets, software, and apps and including a Livescribe pen demonstration.
To find out more please visit our Facebook page Rutland Dyslexia.
Victoria Hall Gallery
The event runs from 10:00am to 3:00pm