Plan now to attend the Spring Conference!

Join us for a day of learning and sharing at 
Tundra Lodge in Green Bay, Wisconsin


The Wisconsin Branch of the International Dyslexia Association or WIBIDA received a generous $2,500.00 donation toward the Assistive Technology Conference to be held April 18, 2015 from the America’s Farmers Grow Communities fund sponsored by Monsanto.  The Keith and Paula Rohm family from Seymour Wisconsin won the award and designated WIBIDA as the recipient.  WIBIDA will use the donation to purchase technology to be given away at the conference. Navigating the world of Dyslexia can be challenging for students, parents, teachers, and those who care for dyslexics. This conference is designed to help parents, teachers, tutors, or anyone interested in learning more about dyslexia.  

Pictured left  to right: Nathan Paxton, Connie Day, Paula Rohm, and Jacob Rohm

The focus of the day will be 
"Assistive Technology for people with Dyslexia and Dysgraphia"

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Questions about the conference?   Contact Darlene Larson at read.spell@gmail.com or Eileen Richardson at ehhjar@charter.net

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