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Thanks for the Support

Tuesday 5th November 2019

Now that Dyslexia Awareness month is over we thought that a little thank you was in order.

We've turned heads at trade shows. We've shook hands with City Mayors. We've even climbed The Blackpool Tower.

From landmarks in the land of OZ, historical hospitals in India and the iconic The Iron Bridge in the UK, the #GoRed movement has reached locations far and wide, big and small.

What. A. Month.

We have been incredibly lucky to work with leading dyslexia ambassadors, groups and organisations worldwide to overcome barriers and help people Succeed with Dyslexia.

Plus - we owe you BIG time. None of this would have been possible if it wasn't for your incredible support of the #GoRed movement - so, thank you!

Special thanks to Code REaD Dyslexia NetworkDecoding Dyslexia Oregon, The Dyslexia Association of Singapore, the Maharashtra Dyslexia AssociationDyslexia Canada and so many more!

And, of course, we're not stopping here. We still have so much work to do in raising global awareness of dyslexia - will you join us? πŸ˜„

πŸŽƒ Happy Halloween! πŸŽƒ Today marks the end of dyslexia awareness month, and WOW - what a month it's been! We've turned heads at trade shows. We've shook hands with City Mayors. We've even climbed The Blackpool Tower. From landmarks in the land of OZ, historical hospitals in India and the iconic The Iron Bridge in the UK, the #GoRed movement has reached locations far and wide, big and small. What. A. Month.We have been incredibly lucky to work with leading dyslexia ambassadors, groups and organisations worldwide to overcome barriers and help people Succeed with Dyslexia. Plus - we owe you BIG time. None of this would have been possible if it wasn't for your incredible support of the #GoRed movement - so, thank you! Special thanks to Code REaD Dyslexia Network, Decoding Dyslexia Oregon, The Dyslexia Association of Singapore, the Maharashtra Dyslexia Association, Dyslexia Canada and so many more! And, of course, we're not stopping here. We still have so much work to do in raising global awareness of dyslexia - will you join us? πŸ˜„

Posted by Succeed with Dyslexia on Thursday, 31 October 2019
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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:

β€’ dyslexia-aware teachers
β€’ early screening and identification
β€’ appropriate support
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