“Teachers are not being trained to identify or help children with dyslexia.
– Mike Jones
15-20% of the world’s children are dyslexic.
Yet most teachers haven’t been trained to identify, support, or effectively teach dyslexic kids to read.
Teachers want to reach all the children in their care, but many just don’t know how.
Teachers are asking for information.
Children are crying out for help.
Watch the film MiCal here.
MiCal follows the true story of Nessy founder, Mike Jones. This film shows the heart-breaking reality when teachers aren’t provided with the correct instruction to support dyslexic students.
Now available! Watch it on our Dyslexia Explained Youtube Channel. Click here to subscribe.
with dyslexia are
still not getting
the help they need.
Help Make A Change.
You can help – Donate to our ‘Just Teach Me’ fundraiser
We’re raising money for The Dyslexia Trust so we can help ensure every school has teachers available to support dyslexic students.
Money raised will go to scholarships for teachers to go on courses to learn about dyslexia and how to teach children with it.
It’s not about dyslexia awareness anymore. It’s time to take action.
– Tiffany James
For more information about the film visit the Mical website.