We are very fortunate to have a representative from the Dyslexia Speld Foundation coming to Rosalie Primary School on Tuesday 22 September at 7:00pm. They will be talking to any interested parents and giving them information on dyslexia and learning difficulties in the school library.
DSF have a wonderful reputation in this field with a large amount of expertise that will no doubt prove valuable to the entire parent body.
DSF Literacy and Clinical Services (The Dyslexia-SPELD Foundation of WA inc.) has provided vital support to West Australian children and adults with learning disabilities for over 40 years. It remains committed to improving the level of support provided to children and adults with learning disabilities and to the community’s understanding of specific learning disabilities, in particular dyslexia.
DSF continues to focus on ensuring that children and adults with learning disabilities are supported adequately and appropriately, and that all students are provided with the opportunity to achieve their potential. In addition it provides advice and support to families and educators on successful literacy acquisition, evidence-based practice, and the strategies most likely to improve literacy outcomes for all students. Our role includes supporting and advising students, adults and families directly, as well as indirectly through the support and advice provided at a school or employment level.
This presentation is open to all parents and caregivers and you would all be most welcome to attend. We will be serving light refreshments.
Please RSVP to the school’s Administration office ASAP on 9381 6011.