An end to Dyslexia
In a world full of relationship changes children need some where to escape to, reading can allow this to happen. Many children have dyslexia and sadly miss out on the opportunity. I am opening a centre for learning in Antwerp where in the next 5 years I aim to teach enough parents and teachers to rid the city of Dyslexia. The money raised will help to fund the program as it is rolled out. My dream is then to be able to spread the work across the world. Dyslexia is not hereditary it is learnt. I have worked with adults as well as children to update their learning and it only takes a couple of hours.
If children can read then there will be less pressure on them in the classroom, which then creates a knock on effect for other children, the teachers and the child's caregivers. Making a better tomorrow for us all.
Alvin Toffler said
“The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn.”