‘We want people to realise the pain that parents and children go through but also to give them hope that dyslexic children can learn to read and write. They just need to be taught in a different way.’ Mike Jones The short film Mical has reached more than one million views since its release on …
- Film about dyslexia goes viral, and is watched over a million times!
- Nessy Learning donates more than $100,000 AUD Worth of Educational Products to students in Victoria, Australia
- Global GO Green for Dyslexia Campaign Sees Thousands of Children Worldwide Going Green This Week to Encourage Dyslexia Awareness and Action
- The Dyslexia Trust
- You can be a part of GO Green for Dyslexia 2019!
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