Learning Centre for Hamilton
The Scottish Rite Charitable Foundation, Learning Centre for Children is endeavoring to establish a learning centre in the Hamilton area to help Dyslexic children.
There is no single factor that can be used to identify Dyslexia. Usually a child with normal intelligence capabilities will show difficulties with several of the following: reading comprehension, single word identifications, expressing thoughts verbally or in writing; handwriting, spoken language, or understanding the spoken word. As our present schooling systems aren’t funded to support the programs necessary to assist these children in desperate need of help, we have thus far, established eight Learning Centres across Canada. We felt it was time the children in the Golden Horseshoe received the same benefits as the rest of the country, given the Scottish Rite Charitable Foundation is located in Hamilton. The following is a link to take you to the website of the proposed Hamilton Centre, intended to address additional questions about Dyslexia. http://dyslexiacentrehamilton.com/index.htm
The Scottish Rite Charitable Foundation Learning Centre for Children is dedicated to improving the lives of children diagnosed with Dyslexia, with quality state-of-the-art, tutoring, free of charge, to those with difficulties in reading and writing. As you might appreciate, this is a huge undertaking that requires considerable funding, and an equal amount of effort by a group of dedicated volunteers, that sincerely care about helping Dyslexic children.
Time is Running Out
November 19th is but a few short weeks away.
All proceeds for this charitable event are going to help children with Dyslexia.
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