Things you can do to promote Dyslexia Awareness Month

Make a dyslexia awareness display 

Ask your local library or bookstore to make a display to create awareness.
Books for Dyslexia Display

Signs of Dyslexia
Dyslexia Awareness Month

Bulletin Board by Alameda Oregon Dyslexia Community

Painted rocks created by Triangle Area Dyslexia Advocacy founder

Painted Spirit Rock

Chalked sidewalk

Share information about dyslexia on your
Social Media pages or create content to educate others

Add a frame on Facebook or change your profile temporarily

Go Red for dyslexia by wearing
red for Dyslexia Awareness

Northside Elementary School in Chapel Hill wears red for dyslexia awareness

Share the North Carolina PTA Resolution
with your school’s principal and PTA

North Carolina PTA Dyslexia Resolution

Reach out to your school board or other community organizations to spread dyslexia awareness

Founder of TADA, Karen Goeke-Austin speaks to Wake County School Board

Parents speak about dyslexia at Charlotte City Council Meeting

Attend an event virtually or in person