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Managing Dyslexia In Children To Bring Out The Best Productive Outcomes In Them

Rachyrae
Posted February 13, 2019
Expired on February 16, 2019

In Africa, most people don't know of dyslexia. Most times when a child is struggling academically or is having any learning difficulty, parents, teachers and caregivers most times assume that the child is just being lazy or plain dumb. They usually suggest extra tutoring as the solution to the challenge.
Dyslexia affects 20 per cent of every population. If you have about 190 million Nigerians, there are about 36 to 37 million dyslexics in Nigeria and quite a high number of that will be children. That is why it is imperative that there an awareness and education of dyslexia.
Do you wish to learn more about dyslexia and its interventions, then join this Saturday, 16th February 2019 for our 3rd virtual impact session click on this link https://tinyurl.com/INGA-Virtual-Impact
to join IJEOMA JOHN-ADUBASIM as she gives us amazing insight on identifying signs of dyslexia earlier enough and managing it.
Wish to be a volunteer? Register briefly.https://tinyurl.com/Volunteers-for-ING .

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Get educated on Dyslexia and how early intervention and health approaches can bring out the best outcomes in them.

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Jill Langhus
Feb 13
Feb 13

Hi Racheal,

This sounds like a great and informative workshop. Good luck, and hope a lot of people listen in to spread awareness. Thanks for sharing.

Rachyrae
Feb 13
Feb 13

Thank you so much Jill. Always there to encourage me. I appreciate you.

Rachyrae
Feb 13
Feb 13

Thank you so much Jill. Always there to encourage me. I appreciate you.

Jill Langhus
Feb 14
Feb 14

You're very welcome, dear:-) Aw, thanks! I appreciate you, too!

Tarke Edith
Feb 14
Feb 14

Thanks for sharing sister can we from Cameroon be part of the team

Rachyrae
Feb 14
Feb 14

Yes ofcourse Edith.

We welcome you.
Please click the link and share with those whom this may be of relevance. Looking forward to hearing from you.

laison sylvie
Feb 14
Feb 14

Interested too