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Stephen Yearout

  

Stephen has spent his career in Information Technology, mostly as a consultant running his own business. He is a husband, father to three amazing boys and he's dyslexic. Stephen began advocating for his own children, one is dyslexic and ADD, another was late identified as dyslexic. This has opened the door for him to educate himself on all learning differences in order to better represent his children. As that journey began Stephen quickly realized the need to educate others on dyslexia. Through his own struggles and first hand experience of how the school system failed him, Stephen has been inspired! He has made it his mission to help parents, children, teachers and legislators understand how and why we need to do better with education and intervention for our children.

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Rachel Chambers

 Rachel Chambers Dreiling is a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner who over the years has cared for and treated children through nearly all aspects of illness and health and is currently working in an Emergency Department in Dallas, Texas.  She is a wife, the proud mother of two wonderful children who have learning disabilities, and a member of the Special Education Continuing Advisory Committee for the state of Texas. Growing up Rachel watched family members struggle to learn to read and write, and she realized when trying to get educational services for her own children that not much had changed over the last 30 years. This stoked a fire within her to help others become better informed about the importance of early intervention for learning disabled children.  

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Please join us as we speak to Dr. Sally Fryer Dietz about Dysgraphia.

Sally is a recognized expert whose insight, experience and opinion are sought after by scholarly publications, news media, reporters, journalists and others who want to include her expert commentary to their broadcasts, programs and articles.
Sally received her Doctorate in Pediatric Physical Therapy from University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas in 2016, her Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Therapy from the University of California San Francisco, School of Medicine in 1980, and earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Child Development from San Diego State University in 1979. She is licensed to practice physical therapy in both Texas and California.
She is certified in Sensory Integration and Praxis Testing (SIPT), and has Technique and Diplomat Certification in CranioSacral Therapy through the Upledger Institute in Florida. In addition, she is trained in visceral manipulation, lymphatic drainage, vestibular and concussion rehabilitation, Dynavision, Biodex and several listening therapy programs.

Starting from the moment that Dietz realized something “wasn’t quite right” with her son, and following through to his adulthood, this one-of-a-kind book ties the practical to the professional and the personal. Discover how to help kids who are misunderstood by their reactions to the world by providing them with ways to overcome sensory integration and developmental challenges.
When Kids Fly is perfect for parents, friends, teachers, and medical professionals. It can help you know when to worry about your child’s development, when not to worry, and what options are available. It is a wonderful resource for those who want to help children discover their wings and fly on their own.
When Kids Fly! Solutions for Children with Sensory Integration Challenges, (2015), Minneapolis, Bascom Hill Publishing, is filled with insights from Sally’s years of physical and sensory integration therapy.


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Events

Tue, July 9, 2019

#sayDyslexia Rally 2019

9am - 11pm

Capitol Visitor Center (to the right of the entrance) East Capitol Street NE and First Street NE Washington, DC 20004

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Tue, July 9, 2019

#sayDyslexia Rally 2019

We are so excited to bring people together in celebration of the progress made for people with dyslexia. We are taking dyslexia awareness from our local schools to our nation's capital.

Students, parents and professionals from across the country have led the way in advocating for real change to support individuals with dyslexia. We have seen an unprecedented burst of bi-partisan support for legislation and policies aimed at raising awareness, advocating for resources, and changing the status quo in teacher preparation, early screening and school-based interventions.

But, the work is far from over! Join us on July 9th, 2019 for the 3rd Annual #SayDyslexia Rally on Capitol Hill! We will come together to celebrate our successes and re-energize our efforts to advocate for change.

We are currently inviting all interested individuals and organizations to sign on in support. There are lots of ways to engage:

  • Become a social media partner! Commit to spreading the word about the rally and raising awareness about dyslexia through your personal or organizational social media accounts. Follow us on the #sayDyslexia Rally Facebook Page.
  • Register to attend & bring a group! Let us know now that you will attend and how we can help you plan to mobilize a group of interested advocates to join you. This is a great option for organizations to support the continued advocacy efforts of their members, students, staff and supporters – make sure your group is represented at this year's rally.
  • Support the rally planning team! Please be in touch if you or your organization can support the efforts of our local planners. The #sayDyslexia Rally is run by a completely volunteer team and all logistical support is most welcome.
  • Get connected now to stay informed! Leave us your email so we can send you updates.

LET US KNOW HOW YOU'D LIKE TO ENGAGE BEFORE THE RALLY!

Send questions to saydyslexiarally@gmail.com

9am - 11pm

Capitol Visitor Center (to the right of the entrance) East Capitol Street NE and First Street NE Washington, DC 20004

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