Dyslexia Nigeria held its 3rd dialogue over the weekend. The theme of the dialogue was ‘Unlocking Dyslexia’s Hidden Talents – Embracing The Power Of Strength’.
The Non-profit organization (Charity) was established to educate, convene and empower all stakeholders concerned with Dyslexia in Nigeria, including educators, businesses, government, parents and carers.
This years Dyslexia Dialogue brought together stakeholders in Nigeria and abroad to explore issues critical to Dyslexia. The keynote address was delivered by Mr. Anthony Dara, founder, News Central Television Lagos and Cheif Executive with over twenty years of experience with a passion for strengthening the broadcast media establishment in Nigeria to portray realistic images of Africa through Africa perspectives.
The event had two-panel sessions. The first panel was themed “Identifying and Nurturing Dyslexic Strengths: Recognizing and Developing the Unique Talents and Abilities of Individuals with Dyslexia”. It was moderated by Kitan Bankole, a seasoned professional with a diverse background in advertising and public relations, specializing on corporate communications.
Second panel discussion was also themed” Creative Problem-Solving and Innovation: Exploring How Dyslexic Thinking Patterns Contribute to Innovative Ideas and Solutions”; moderated by Olayiede Oyediran, a Social impact and education specialist. Passionate about individual freedom opportunity and well-being.
The both panel discussions during the dialogue and engagement would be a useful way to elicit an exchange of viewpoints among experts in the coming years.
In an appreciation message sent to Mr. Anthony Dara, the Keynote Speaker at the event, Dyslexia Nigeria, extolled Mr. Dara’s expertise, insight and profound impact on participants at the just concluded 3rd Dialogue of the organization.
“We want to extend our heartfelt gratitude for your time, your thoughtful contributions and your dedication to the Dyslexia community. We look forward to the possibility of future collaborations and to continuing our shared mission of raising awareness and Dyslexia and its strengths” the message reads, in part.