More than 100 people gathered at the Tatiara Civic Centre to learn about dyslexia. The event was hosted by the Bordertown Lions Club. The purpose was to bring interested members of the community together to learn about how to deal with dyslexia. Dyslexia affects the person’s reading, spelling and written language skills.

More than 100 people filled the room to listen to Specific Learning Difficulties (SPELD) director Sandy Russo, discuss dyslexia and how we can help people within the Tatiara who struggle with the issue.
~Hamish Ferguson

Events and town halls are the places to learn about dyslexia.

Dyslexia can be severe, moderate or mild. People can have a short-term memory. They can have trouble identifying words. One of the discussions was how to help children in the Tatiara cope with the difficulties that arise from dyslexia. The money raised by the Lions Club will be used on phonics books to start a collection in the Bordertown library.

Key Takeaways:

A crowd gathered at the Tatiara Civic Centre to discuss dyslexia.
100 people went to listen to Specific Learning Difficulties (SPELD) director Sandy Russo.
Dyslexia affects between 3-10 percent of the population.

Do You Need help with a Learning Difficulty?

Our simple online analysis will help you get to the core of the problem and find the right solution for you.

Understanding how to help someone with a learning difficulty starts with understanding which micro-skills are affected. When you learn which of the micro-skills is the problem, you will then be on your way to solving it.

You'll also learn how to:

  • Build confidence
  • Enhance Learning ability
  • Eliminate avoidance
  • Build grit

You can get this analysis for free by filling out this simple form. This will help you get to the bottom of a learning difficulty and provide you with a solution. If you are ready to put this problem behind you click the button below and fill out the form.