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  1. Wanted to let you know about dyslexia legislation being heard in Rhode Island:
    http://status.rilin.state.ri.us/ — search by prime sponsor “Eileen Naughton”

    House Bill No. 7541
    BY Naughton, Morrison, Keable, Baldelli-Hunt, Walsh
    ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO HEALTH AND SAFETY — DYSLEXIA DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT (would enact the RI dyslexia act to establish policies and treatment for students with dyslexia in Rhode Island schools.)
    {LC1255/1}
    02/15/2012 Introduced, referred to House H.E.W.

    House Resolution No. 7542
    BY Naughton, Morrison, Keable, Baldelli-Hunt, Walsh
    ENTITLED, HOUSE RESOLUTION CREATING A SPECIAL LEGISLATIVE COMMISSION TO ASSESS THE EDUCATIONAL NEEDS OF CHILDREN WITH READING DISABILITIES AND DYSLEXIA
    {LC1256/1}
    02/15/2012 Introduced, referred to House H.E.W.

  2. My son was diagnosed with dyslexia in first grade. He has had special services throughout his years in school.
    Now a sophmore in high school I would like to know how the new graduation requirements are going to effect him.
    He can read and write (I would guess at about an 8th grade level.)
    Now I am told that he MUST take 2 years of spanish.
    Is this true?

  3. Claudia, there are several Davis Dyslexia Correction providers in Belgium, including at least one in Brussels. You can find them with this link: http://www.dyslexia.com/cb/country.cgi?BE

    This web site is for information about laws and legislation related to dyslexia. If you would like information about services available for dyslexia worldwide, you can visit the Dyslexia.com web site at http://www.dyslexia..com

    -Abigail Marshall, DDAI Webmaster

  4. Hi,

    I would like to Know if there is a specific treatment for dyslexia in Brussels (Belgium). Is trhere a public hospital or clinic?
    Thanks a lot.
    Cláudia.

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