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“Tell me and I forget.  Teach me and I remember.  Involve me and I learn.”  – Benjamin Franklin

The Dallas Dyslexia Information Group (DDIG) is a monthly dyslexia support group for the Dallas-Fort Worth community. Each month DDIG  speakers and other LD professionals provide information and resources concerning learning differences to parents, educators, LD professionals, and others interested in learning more about dyslexia and related topics. DDIG provides encouragement and a venue to share information and resources to adults and older adolescents with learning differences.These presentations are free and open to the public. One and one half CEU’s or a Certificate of Attendance are given to Academic Language Therapy Association members, LD professionals, Educators, and other Professionals for a $5.00 fee.

  • When: 2nd Monday of each month
  • Time: 7:00 to 8:30 p.m.
  • Location: Varies

March 9, 2020 – “Empowering Students with Dyslexia with Windows 10 & Office 365”

Join us to hear more about the learning tools built into Office 365 and Windows that can enable learners to improve reading and writing skills. Bring your own device. Limited to 35 attendees.

Location: Microsoft Store Northpark Center

Register for the March 9th Meeting


April 13, 2020 – “Bounce Back – Building Resilience in Children and Teens”

A presentation, by Vanita Halliburton,  that explores ways that adults can help children navigate stress, challenge, tragedy, trauma, or adversity. In this presentation, you’ll learn:

• The vital elements of resilience and how it impacts child development

• Dr. Kenneth Ginsburg’s 7 Cs of Resiliency

• Skills for teaching children and teens how to use challenges and setbacks as building blocks for resiliency

• How adversity offers an opportunity to empower students to bounce back


Location: Fusion Academy Dallas, 8128 Park Lane, Suite 125, Dallas, TX 75231

Register for the April 13 DDIG Meeting


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