Dyslexia is estimated to affect some 15-18% of our population - more than 2 million school-age children in the United States. Although these children typically have average or above-average intelligence, their dyslexia can create difficulties not only with reading, writing and spelling but also with listening, thinking, talking and arithmetic.
The Fourteenth Annual Valley of Cleveland Walk to Help Children with Dyslexia Honoring Delos M. Cosgrove, M.D. Saturday, September 16, 2017 (rain or shine) Location: Western Reserve Masonic Community, Inc. 4931 Nettleton Road, Medina, Ohio 44256 North off Route 18, Half mile west of I-71 Distance: 5K (3.1 mi) Registration: 10:00 – 11:00 AM Walk Starts at 11:00 AM Contact: Don Moll 330-225-6307 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Dyslexia is estimated to affect some 15-18% of our population - more than 2 million school-age children in the United States.
In creating the Children's Dyslexia Centers, Inc. it has been our mission to provide professional treatment - free of charge - to children with dyslexia
In 1994 the Supreme Council of the Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite Northern Masonic Jurisdiction adopted the Learning Center Program, now known as the Children's Dyslexia Centers as its fourth Charity.
Provide, free of charge, the highest quality multisensory reading and written language tutorial services for children with dyslexia through a network of nationally recognized centers of excellence.
Promote and encourage education of professionals, tutorial trainees, and the public to become resources in teaching children to read.
Advance scientific knowledge of dyslexia through support of clinical research to improve today’s standards and tomorrow’s care.