Jake Clemons and special guest Ben Hardesty of The Last Bison come together to raise support for children and adults with Dyslexia.
All procedes will be donated to the Sinkinson Dyslexia Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to the identification and remediation of the reading disability Dyslexia.
GENERAL ADMISSION - $75.00 General concert admission
VIP - $150.00 General Concert admission, meet and greet after party in the Ancient Worlds Gallery at the Chrysler with Jake Clemons and Ben Hardesty, and Jake Clemons CD. After party will include light fare and open bar.
VIP PLUS - $250.00 All of the above plus premium concert seating
Location: Chrysler Museum of Art, 1 Memorial Pl., Norfolk, VA, 23510
DOORS OPEN AT 6:00 P.M. CASH BAR WILL BE AVAILABLE (PLEASE NOTE:No Drinks will be allowed in the theater so arrive early). THEATER OPENS AT 7:00 P.M., SHOW BEGINS AT 7:15 P.M., VIP AFTER PARTY IS SCHEDULED TO RUN 9:30-11:30 P.M. Park on the Southeast side of the Chrysler Museum, off Grace St., and enter in the Kaufman Theater Entrance.
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Thank you to everyone that came out to learn more about dyslexia! The evening began with a special preview of “Dislecksia: The Movie,” created and produced by award-winning film-maker Harvey Hubbell. The movie told the funny, though sometimes heartbreaking, story of the life of a dyslexic child (Hubbell himself), his many challenges in surviving the school experience, and his ultimate discovery of the effective reading methodology which would change his life.
The Q&A panel discussion, wherein Mr. Hubbell and other panelists with varied expertise in the field of dyslexia addressed the questions of the audience. They discussed the current state of treatment, the needs of those struggling with dyslexia, and pending legislation which will attempt to meet those needs, and the diagnostic process. They also heard powerful testimonies from an SDF board member, who has dyslexia, and a high school junior, also with dyslexia.
We would like to extend a great thank you to the Education Department and Office of Student Accessibility at Old Dominion University. We would also like to thank our wonderful sponsors and students volunteers from the National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association. If you were unable to attend or have any questions about the event please feel free to call us.
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Old Dominion University Webb Center
SDF hosted a dyslexia forum where the public was able to come out to learn more about dyslexia, current policies, how dyslexia impacts members of our community, and what can be done about it.
SINKINSON DYSLEXIA FOUNDATION in the community