Reaching the 1 in 5 students with learning differences: West Coast edition

Reaching the 1 in 5 students with learning differences: West Coast edition

Dean traveled to San Francisco in early May to present to the students and families participating in the EdRev event. This is a premier conference hosted each year by the Children’s Health Council which brings together advocates, researchers, and educators to connect and share their expertise on behalf of the students who have dyslexia, ADHD, anxiety, or other learning differences. https://www.edrevsf.org/

Dean was the featured kickoff speaker for the pre-conference youth forum EdRevUp! where he shared about the unique challenges that school presents. “It’s so difficult, right?

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NoticeAbility passes two-year milestone on Vineyard

NoticeAbility passes two-year milestone on Vineyard

NoticeAbility, a nonprofit that aims to provide schools with curriculum designed with dyslexic children’s needs in mind, marked two years in the Vineyard’s public school system this summer. In celebration of those who “funded the incubation of the organization,” as Dean Bragonier, founder of NoticeAbility, told The Times, a clambake and bonfire was held on Job’s Neck Beach last Friday evening.

“This spot is of great significance to me,” Bragonier said from atop a hay trailer to those gathered on the sand. “In 2015 I wanted to start this organization to help empower students with dyslexia. I decided the best way to get people’s attention was to do something absurd and attempt to swim around this Island. I got to this point here…

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Join NoticeAbility July 25th in welcoming Thomas West to discuss his new book: Seeing What Others Cannot See

Excited to announce that Thomas West, the pioneer author in the dyslexic advantage field, will join Dean at his talk at the Field Club in Edgartown on 7/25 at 6:30. Having penned landmark books like In the Mind's Eye and Thinking like Einstein, Tom will be signing his newest release Seeing What Others Cannot See. The proceeds of all book sales will benefit NoticeAbility.

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Donor update with Dean and student alumni on MV on July 25th

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Tuesday, July 25th at 6:30 - 7:45pm@ The Field Club (6 Field Club Ln, Edgartown)

NoticeAbility’s pilot program in the Martha’s Vineyard Public School District was an amazing success. Please join Dean and a handful of student alumni for an update on the program (including a demonstration of the curriculum, a review of our metrics and, most important, an opportunity to speak with our amazing students). To RSVP, please email: sunnie@noticeability.org

Bruins, Bratwurst and (root) Beers

An intimate fundraising event with two of Boston's finest + 45-minute conversation with Brad and Dominic (what it takes to become a professional athlete and the responsibility it carries) + 45-minute Scrimmage: Team Marchand vs Team Moore (player lines will be divided by skill level & will receive equal ice time).

February 3rd, 6-8 pm Cambridge location Only 24 Ticket Packages will be sold Ticket Package = Student Skater + Parent Attendee $1,000 (tax-deductible) Contact us to purchase tickets.

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