Dyslexia Training Series

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Wazobia Fm 95.1 with LOLO 1 and Dr. Adrienne

Wazobia Fm 95.1 with LOLO 1 and Dr. Adrienne as she talks about Dyslexia in Pigin English on the program Kulele One 15/January/2019

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Teachers Training on Understanding Dyslexia a Guide for Teachers

Dyslexia Teachers Training at Awesome college on Understanding Dyslexia a Guild for Teachers 4/01/2019


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Dyslexia Go Green October 2018

Dyslexia Nigeria Celebrates Awareness month with Theme ‘GO GREEN’ in October, Dyslexia Nigeria had many activities for the month which includes free Dyslexia screening for children and adults, free teachers training, free school talks to pupils/student and teachers, in both private schools and public schools, visit the website gallery to view pictures of this event

Dyslexia Teachers Training for Divine Children Place School

Dyslexia training for teachers was held at The Bunker Lekki Phase 1 for Divine Children Place School (DCP) teachers on the topic Understanding Dyslexia A Guide for Teachers. The training couched on identifying the signs and impact of dyslexia in the classroom to improve learning outcomes. The training date was 14/09/2018.

APEN MEETING Dyslexia Awareness Talk

Association of Educators in Nigeria (APEN) organized a meeting which was held on 4/07/2018 at Halifield School Maryland Ikeja Lagos, It was an opportunity to address Private School Owners, and Special Education Needs Coordinators about dyslexia. Dr. Adrienne Tikolo Director of Dyslexia Nigeria was the speaker.

Unilag 103.1 FM Radio talk show with Director of Dyslexia Nigeria

For Unilag 103:1 FM radio talk: – Dyslexia is specific learning difficulty that affects the skills required for reading, writing and spelling but doesn’t affect the intelligence of a person. Some Nigerians don’t know what dyslexia is, while some doubt the existence of dyslexia. Many children/adults have been tagged as “OLODO” in our society because of their inability to read, write and spell.