Dyselxia gives people distinctive ways of thinking about the world…."
Professor Rufus Black,
Vice-Chancellor, University of Tasmania
Resources for educators and families
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DYSLEXIA AWARENESS MONTH 2021 - short film project.
Square Pegs is looking for Tasmanians with dyslexia/SLD to participate in a short film project - real people, getting real about dyslexia. All ages welcome.
Why tell stories? Because people don’t relate to issues – they relate to other people, to their stories. Once we understand one another we can identify a shared vision for a better world and work to make it a reality. Click here for more info or to register.
Let's make something happen!
Square Pegs is pleased to work closely with the following wonderful organisations, who have values and objectives close to our own:
Square Pegs is a co-founding member - working together for a 100% literate Tasmania.
Empowering young people and adults with learning disabilities to reach their full potential.
Aim is for all people with dyslexia to be understood, acknowledged, empowered and to have equal access to opportunity.
Working with people to build their communication skills so they can live whole lives in connection with others.