Community Talk – Dyslexia Myths and Truths

Dyslexia Myths & Truths Dyslexia is a word level reading disorder resulting in difficulty decoding or sounding out words, recognizing words automatically, and spelling. Dyslexia is not reading words backwards or reversing letters. Learn early signs, how dyslexia is diagnosed, and general research-based teaching strategies that result in improved reading. Common misconceptions about dyslexia will also be discussed.

The Summit School 664 Central Avenue East, Edgewater, 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

This event is open to the public and free of charge, please RSVP at seminars@thesummitschool.org.


The Summit School is a leader and innovator in educating students with dyslexia and other learning differences. We are committed to not only a rigorous program designed to prepare students for success in high school and beyond, but also raising awareness of children with learning differences and connecting families to available resources.

Raising Awareness and Connecting Families to Resources – The Summit School, through the Summit Resource Center, is pleased to announce a series of Community Talks, open to the public and free of charge. These talks are designed to bring relevant, timely and actionable information to parents and educators. Talks are given by experts in the field as well as highly trained professionals with years of experience working with children who have unique learning profiles.

Join Us – Learn More About Learning Differences and Available Resources – For a list of The Community Talks visit click here. To register please RSVP to . If you have any questions contact Nancy Rhodes at .