2024 Dyslexia Dash October 19

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2024 Dyslexia Dash Set for October 19 at Perimeter Mall

Register for the in-person 5K walk/run and a 1-mile kids’ fun run on October 19. Collect your coveted Dyslexia Dash T-shirt, play in the Kids’ Zone, dance to the DJ, and have your picture taken and face painted. Best of all, run with your friends and family and visit the sponsor booths.

If you, your family, and/or friends cannot join us in person on Dash Day, that’s okay!  You can be virtual runners and run on the day of your choosing – from now through October 19.  More information: Race Details and Registration

Consider Sponsorship

The International Dyslexia Association Georgia is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to providing the latest evidence-based research information to parents, educators, and all professionals concerned with dyslexia and related reading difficulties.

Click HERE to view the Sponsorship Packet. 
Register HERE to be a Dash and/or Conference Sponsor.
Dyslexia Dash Sponsorship Deadline 9/1/2024

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Click to learn more about each of our amazing  2024 Dash Sponsors!
(Logos coming soon)

Platinum and Double Platinum

Lexia Learning

Saint Francis Schools

Swift School 

The Howard School

The Schenck School & ReadSource

Woodward Academy Transition Learning Support Program

Wardlaw School of the Atlanta Speech School

The Walker School New Avenues Dyslexia Program




Syllables Learning Center

Center for Psychological & Educational Assessment

Brightmont Academy

Dr. Leslie Stuart and Associates

Sandy Springs Center for Psychological Services – Paul J. Cohen, Ph.D., Director

Magnolia Speech and Literacy Specialists

TAP Learning Services, LLC


Thank You also to our Anonymous Silver Level Donor

The Dyslexia Dash raises funds for IDA-GA Grants and Scholarships

Every person, family, school, company, and organization who participates in the Dyslexia Dash is helping IDA-GA provide scholarships and grants. 
WHY IT IS IMPORTANT:  “…even the most competent teacher cannot be successful in teaching reading, especially to children who are at risk or struggling with literacy, if provided with inadequate instructional contexts or inappropriate instructional materials and approaches…”

Visit dyslexialibrary.org to learn about dyslexia, Structured Literacy, and MORE!

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