Win a FREE year of Reading & Spelling Tutoring ($7200 value)
Help fund raise for an amazing non-profit organization that I am the Executive Director on the Board of Directors - Decoding Dyslexia Ontario!!!
See info below about DDON after the contest details.
October marked my 3 year anniversary since I founded Beaches Reading Clinic and would like to celebrate all of our students who are on their amazing journey to literacy!
Let’s celebrate with a HUGE contest this Holiday Season!
One winner will win a FREE year of Reading & Spelling Tutoring ($7200.00 value), using the amazing Orton-Gillingham, evidence based Barton Reading & Spelling System - https://bartonreading.com/
How to enter:
• Make a donation to Decoding Dyslexia (minimum of $20) - Orange Donate button is on the top right of their page - https://www.decodingdyslexiaon.org
EACH $20 DONATION EARNS YOU AN ADDITIONAL ENTRY!!!
• Like and comment "a year of free tutoring" on this contest post
• Share this contest on your FB page (make sure its PUBLIC so I can see you’ve shared it)
Contest open until December 31st, 2018 at 11:59pm. Winner will be announced by January 3rd, 2019. Not affiliated with Bright Solutions for Dyslexia Inc. Valid only with the Beaches Reading Clinic, Toronto.
***IF WE DO NOT WE REACH OUR GOAL OF RAISING AT LEAST $2000 FOR DDON WE WILL RUN THE CONTEST UNTIL WE DO! ***
Winner must select 2 hours per week with one of our amazing tutors (except for Monica Hough) starting the month of *January, 2019 (the date will change if we run the contest longer than December 31st), or if you are currently attending the Clinic, the year will start once the current contract expires.
TUTORING CAN BE DONE REMOTELY ONLINE FROM YOUR HOME USING WHIZZIMO & ZOOM
Winner will have 7 days to their claim prize. Questions? Just ask…
Decoding Dyslexia Ontario is a grassroots movement driven by families in our province who are concerned with the limited access to interventions for children with dyslexia in our schools. We are parents, tutors, teachers & students who believe that all children should learn to read in the Province of Ontario. We formed in the fall of 2015 because we are concerned with the thousands of children with dyslexia in our province who are highly intelligent but learn to read in a different way and yet are not receiving the reading instruction that they need. We have been inspired by Decoding Dyslexia groups across the US & Canada who are working to build awareness and advocate for change in support of students with dyslexia.
We know that in Ontario, approximately 1 in 5 students struggles to learn to read because of dyslexia. This means that in any class in Ontario, there could be 4 or 5 children who are dyslexic. We want to share the increasing wealth of knowledge about dyslexia with parents, educators, policy makers and others so that these bright and capable children can receive the instruction and support they deserve to succeed both in school and in life.