PITTSBURG, Kan. – Dyslexia makes it harder for millions of people in the United States to read and write.
During the month of October, a Pittsburg State University program is raising awareness of the learning disorder.
PSU’s READing program is a center for Research, Evaluation, and Awareness of Dyslexia.
The center plans to do giveaways along with a fundraising and awareness drive. They will do it primarily through social media.
The giveaway will include books and full evaluations.
More about the READing Center
The Center for READing welcomes individuals of all ages. They have worked with individuals as young as four years of age through adults.
As part of the center’s vision, they also do research.
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