How You Can Support DAI
Dyslexia is legally recognised as a disability and as such people with dyslexia have the right to have their condition recognised and receive appropriate accommodations. While awareness about dyslexia is growing, more work is needed to achieve a truly dyslexia friendly society where all people with dyslexia are enabled to fulfill their potential, where every child and adult with dyslexia has access to appropriate identification and support to achieve their full potential in education, training, employment and all aspects of life.
Make one small change …
- Support people you meet who have dyslexia.
- Promote understanding and acceptance of learning difference.
- Attend a DAI course or conference to learn more.
- Use plain English.
- Read with your child and talk about what you have read.
- Join the Dyslexia Association.
- Volunteer to help DAI fundraise.
Help Make a Difference
Join DAI today: Become a member and help to support the Dyslexia Association in its efforts to increase awareness, and provide services for people dealing with dyslexia in Ireland. Further details can be found on the Membership page.
Make a Donation: Your donation can help DAI to continue to provide services to people from financially disadvantaged backgrounds. It can help to purchase books and equipment. It can enable us to run more training and dyslexia awareness sessions.
Support a DAI Fundraiser: Why not support a DAI Fundraiser? Play in the Mary McKenna Golf Classic. Buy and/or sell raffle tickets for our annual raffle. Buy some charity Christmas cards. Volunteer your time at a bag-packing fundraiser.
Further details can be found in the Fundraising section.
Find out more …
If you would like to find out more about how you can help just call us 01 6790276 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.