Lecture Videos

Welcome to our Lecture Library! We’re so glad you’re here on our website to learn more about dyslexia and discover the resources available to you related to dyslexia: parent and teacher educational courses/classes, lectures, materials and supplies. 

 

These videos are offered to you at a nominal charge so you may view them when it is most convenient for you.

 

The Dyslexia: Know Your Rights lecture features a follow up Question & Answer session on selected dates hosted by the speaker, Barb Orsi. 

 

Please email smankins@funlearn.org to register for the Q&A session with Barb. Barb will contact you directly via your email with additional information about the Q&A session.

 

PLEASE NOTE: The first time you view your selected video, a “$” in a circle will appear along with a PayPal log-in screen. Logging in to PayPal (or registering if you don’t have a PayPal account) will allow you to purchase unlimited viewing of the video.

 

Thank you so much for watching these videos, and after viewing, if you have additional questions, please call 316-684-7323 or email smankins@funlearn.org.

Dylexia: Know Your Rights 

Barbara Orsi speaks to parents in this crucial video to help you know if your child is being helped properly by their school administration and staff when presented with instructing for dyslexia.

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