Category: Santa Barbara

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It's surprising to most people that dyslexia affects 1 in 5. 0

Dyslexia Resources Santa Barbara

Santa Barbara has many dyslexia resources—from highly trained educational therapists to well-qualified educators to organizations that have been well-established in our community. This list has been compiled to help parents do their own research...

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Dyslexia Role Model John Rodrigues

When John Rodrigues speaks, people listen. Author/artist/teacher/world traveler/all-around nice guy and dyslexia role model John Rodrigues visited Santa Barbara in March, 2015 to share his story about focusing on his strengths and flourishing with...

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Dyslexia Awareness Month

October was Dyslexia Awareness Month — and as these types of months go, it was a resounding success because so much happened at the local, state, and federal level — to improve the lives...

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Dyslexia Art Show by Cheri Rae

The Dyslexia Art created by Cheri was featured  on the Santa Barbara online news site, Noozhawk:. “Advocate Cheri Rae Uses Art Show to Illustrate Creativity, Accomplishments of People with Dyslexia,” by Lara Cooper, Noozhawk...

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Disability Awareness Days

The students of this community are nearly finished with the school year. They have learned their lessons, completed their homework, worked on their projects and taken their tests in the state-required curriculum. And, thanks to an...

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Cheri Rae Santa Barbara Local Hero

“Cheri Rae: Education Advocate” received a “Local Hero Award” from the weekly newspaper, the Santa Barbara Independent in 2012. Here is an account from the newspaper. There’s no ignoring community activist Cheri Rae, try as...

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Parent Resource Center of Santa Barbara

The Parent Resource Center of the Santa Barbara Unified School District was established in the spring of 2013. Since then, the library-meeting-place-information center about learning differences has become a hub of activity, planning and...

Filmmaker Harvey Hubbell's "Dislecksia: The Movie" engages the mind and touches the heart. 0

DISLECKSIA THE MOVIE

Dislecksia The Movie is a must-see for anyone concerned with the issue of dyslexia or just wants to learn more about the subject. The Dyslexia Project was pleased to show the movie in our...