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Offaly Branch of the DAI Fundraising…

Parents & Supporters of the Offaly Branch of the DAI are reminded that with Spring finally here(?) the days are lengthening and so are opportunities to raise funds… Formerly known as the Offaly Dyslexia Group, we ran an information/flag day in July of last year and have been collecting unused/unwanted stamps for resale. These are

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Offalian Changes Take Place Overnight…

Hi there! This post is to update our readers about a change which has taken place in relation to the group generally and the website here as a result. Don’t worry, it’s nothing to worry about – it’s all good! Following discussion with the Branch Committee the decision has been taken that in recognition of

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Offaly Dyslexia Group Christmas Stamp Appeal

This is just a short post to remind readers that the Offaly Dyslexia Group are collecting used and unused postage stamps as part of our fund-raising campaign. As the festive season is rapidly approaching we will all be receiving extra post, some of which will have good old fashioned stamps on it! Please remember the

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Community Foundation for Ireland Comes Up Trumps…

It is with absolute delight that the Offaly Dyslexia Group can reveal that our fund-raising efforts continue to be successful. Only last Friday we received the news that we have been selected to receive a grant of €1,000 from the Community Foundation For Ireland. The grant, which was applied for under the Small Grants Scheme

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Dyslexia doesn’t just affect reading – it causes problems with hearing as well

By Daily Mail Reporter Last updated at 10:16 AM on 12th November 2009 Comments (13) Add to My Stories When teachers call for quiet in class there is a very good reason – children with dyslexia find it very difficult to tune out background noise. The new findings suggest the condition is an auditory as

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Please Nominate Offaly Dyslexia Group For EBS Community Fund 2009

Once again it is time for the EBS Building Society to open their doors for nominations for their Community Fund. The Offaly Dyslexia Group urges you to nominate us as your favourite charity… All you need to do is to visit our EBS Community Fund 2009 page here on the website, or click any of

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Update Regarding Voting for Offaly Dyslexia Group in AIB Better Ireland Programme.

Published on November 23, 2009, by in Dyslexia.

The AIB Better Ireland Programme is  currently accepting applications until the extended deadline of the 27th Nov. They will then be passing the applications to the groups local branch for short-listing.  All groups will be notified of short-listing in the first week of January 2010. Voting is not until the 15th Feb to the 15th

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Offaly Dyslexia Group Apply For AIB Better Ireland Programme

As discussed at the Offaly Dyslexia Group‘s 1st Annual General Meeting last night a proposal has been submitted to the AIB Better Ireland Programme. Applicants will be notified by Dec 31st whether their application has been accepted. If we are one of the lucky ones this will lead essentially to a bidding war on-line and

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Offaly Dyslexia Group Loves Twitter

Some time ago the Offaly Dyslexia Group joined the social networking group Twitter. Our principal reason for doing this was to raise the profile of the group in general – to get the name out there… It certainly seems as though we’ve achieved this goal. Through our Twitter page we’ve made numerous contacts, some of

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Offaly Dyslexia Group – AGM 2009

Published on November 11, 2009, by in Uncategorized.

The Offaly Dyslexia Group is just over one year old and to celebrate its birthday we are holding our very first Annual General Meeting. This will take place at Geashill National School, Geashill, Co Offaly on Monday 16th November 2009 at 5.30pm… The Offaly Dyslexia Group invites the parents and relatives of our workshop members,

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