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Aloha!

Thank you for your interest in the International Dyslexia Association Hawai‘i Branch. Hawaiian petroglyphs – ancient carvings of human spirits, symbols in lava rock – can be found throughout the islands of Hawai‘i.  Anthropologists believe that petroglyphs were used by Hawaiians as a form of written communication before missionaries introduced a formal written language.  Like anthropologists who are making headway in uncovering the meanings of petroglyphs, individuals with dyslexia can learn to interpret and process language with appropriate instruction and support. We appreciate your interest in learning more about dyslexia and the resources and strategies available to create a richer, more robust future for Hawai‘i’s children and adults who struggle with dyslexia and other related reading difficulties.

MargaMhiga Oleloret Higa
Executive Director
International Dyslexia Association
Hawai‘i Branch

 

The mission of the International Dyslexia Association – Hawai’i  Branch is to increase awareness of dyslexia in our community; provide support for individuals with dyslexia, their families and educators; promote teacher training; and, improve literacy for struggling readers.

Dyslexia Awareness Month 2016 Proclamations presented to HIDA by Governor David Ige and Mayor Kirk Caldwell (City & County of Honolulu); Proclamations were also received from Mayor Alan Arakawa (Maui County) and Mayor Bernard Carvalho (Kauai County).

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