1 in 5 children are born with dyslexia, but many go undiagnosed and supported for years. To spark discussion about this issue,
Jessica Narowlansky presents ‘The Big Picture: Rethinking Dyslexia’ as part of an ongoing series of talks, workshops and Q&A panel discussions.
The film provides personal and uplifting accounts of the dyslexic experience from children, experts and iconic leaders, such as Sir Richard Branson. The film addresses not only the misconceptions about dyslexia, but also paints a picture of hope for those who struggle with it.
This event is designed to support families and the wider educational community, and promote a greater understanding of various topics associated with specialist education and working with children and young people with unique learning profiles.
There will be a screening of the James Redford film ‘The Big Picture: Rethinking Dyslexia’ followed by a Q&A. The panel will be led by Specialist Education and Wellbeing expert Jessica Narowlansky, and includes Cognitive Assessment Specialist Adele Monsef and Dyslexia Specialists Donal Quinn and Charlie Pinel.
Wednesday 9th May, 6-8pm
23-31 Beavor Lane, London W6 9AR
The event is free!