Decoding Dyslexia Park Cities (DDPC) hosts a Parent Meeting on the first Tuesday of most months at 9:30am at the Clements Leadership Center. At each meeting, guest speakers will cover topics important to families navigating dyslexia and related learning challenges. Parents also have the opportunity to ask organization leaders questions, chat with others about their experiences, and learn about resources available to families impacted by dyslexia.
Parents of students with dyslexia and those who suspect their student has dyslexia are invited to our Winter Parent Coffee Tuesday, February 7th. Leaders of Decoding Dyslexia Park Cities will be addressing a wide range of topics at this meeting. It's the perfect one to attend if you've never come, but it's also a great one to attend if you've come multiple times in the past.
On Tuesday, we'll discuss everything from first grade dyslexia screeners and obtaining proper evaluations at any age, to what is offered after Take Flight and how to get accommodations on high school tests and in college classes. There will even be time at the end to talk with other parents about what has worked well for their student. DDPC families have found that fellow parents are great resources for information, so we hope you'll come take advantage of the opportunity to help each other.
Come as you are - all parents are welcome and no RSVP is required. We really hope you'll join us for coffee on Tuesday, February 7th at 9:30am in the Highlander Room at the Clements Leadership Center.
David Tylicki, Senior Learning Specialist from SMU spoke to DDPC parents on December 6, 2022. CLICK HERE FOR A COPY OF HIS PRESENTATION.