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Monday 21st October 2019
Access Ability Solutions

Going Red and helping raise awareness of Dyslexia, Access Ability Solutions joins the Go Red movement and have changed their website colours.

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Monday 21st October 2019
Light it up red for Dyslexia - Congratulations!

Congratulations to Code Read and their #lightitredfordyslexia campaign which has gotten off to a great start. Just recently Port Lincoln Silos, Flinder St Station in Melbourne, Barkly Regional Council Chambers and the town hall clock in Ballarat all lit red.

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Monday 21st October 2019
Mark it Read - Canada

Congratulations to the #MarkItRead campaign by Dyslexia Canada. It's going great and we're only half way through October and Dyslexia Awareness month. Burlington and Sydney went red lighting up the Brant Street Pier and the Big Fiddle.

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Friday 18th October 2019
Go Red reaches Ireland

Dyslexia Ireland got on board with the Go Red movement on Wednesday as their lovely staff modelled their Go Red t-shirts. Rosie Bissett, CEO of Dyslexia Ireland joined in the fun and raising awareness with the rest of her staff.

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Thursday 17th October 2019
Victoria Bridge, Brisbane

SPELD Queensland celebrated its 50th birthday at Parliament House this week. To also celebrate Dyslexia Awareness month SPELD Queensland arranged for the Victoria Bridge across Brisbane River to be lit red. Credit was given to Scanning Pens during the celebration speech by the CEO as the catalyst to lighting up the impressive bridge red.

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Wednesday 16th October 2019
Mams Ireland Succeeding with Dyslexia and Going Red
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Wednesday 16th October 2019
Claro Software Goes Red

Claro Software has joined the Go Red movement and changed their social media to show support and help raise dyslexia awareness.

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Tuesday 15th October 2019
Dyslexia Centre North West

Dyslexia Centre North West joins the Go Red movement. Watch the video below from Centre Founder Katie Nelson.

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Tuesday 15th October 2019
The Iron Bridge

#GoRed takes The Ironbridge 🌉The UK team are incredibly lucky to have such an amazing piece of history on their doorstep. Here, the team met Louise - whose dyslexia was mistaken for 'bad spelling' throughout her time at school. It wasn't until she was in her 40s and working in Greece that she discovered that she was in […]

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Tuesday 15th October 2019
Shropshire Dyslexia Association

Thanks to the Shropshire Dyslexia Association for their amazing support of #GoRed this dyslexia awareness month!

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The colour red started making an appearance on landmarks in various global locations after an initial campaign founded in Australia in 2015 called Code Read. The founders were mothers who whose aim was to raise greater awareness of dyslexia and advocated for their children. The fact you’re reading this today is testament to their commitment and success. Many dyslexia campaigners share common goals around equal access to literacy and reading, pushing for:

• dyslexia-aware teachers
• early screening and identification
• appropriate support
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