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Richard Hughes opticians has opened an orthoscopic clinic at his practice at Seacrest, Knocknacrra.
After the success of the fly-on-the-wall documentary Written-off?, RTE and the National Adult Literacy Agency are now looking for Galwegians to take part in the next series.
Nearly half of people surveyed in Connacht were unaware that dyslexia is a disability, according to research to be published by the Association for Higher Education Access and Disability (AHEAD).
After the huge success of the fly-on-the-wall documentary Written Off? RTE and the National Adult Literacy Agency (NALA) are now looking for adults in the Leinster area to take part in the next series that will be filmed in early 2009.
Nearly a quarter of the people surveyed in the Midlands (23 per cent) believe dyslexia affected your ability to tell colours apart, according to research published this week.
A Galway VEC literacy project aimed at the fishing industry is among the shortlisted nominees of the 2008 Adults Continuing Education awards.
Volunteer literacy tutors are needed to provide one-to-one tuition, with an awareness event for volunteers and learners taking place on February 3 from 2pm to 4pm at the Further Education Centre (Friary) Ballyhaunis.
‘School Days’, ‘A long way from home’, and ‘Celtic Education’ are just some of the stories that feature in a new book launched by the National Adult Literacy Agency. Called ‘Written Off?’, and based on the TV series of the same name, the book captures the personal stories of 14 Irish people who recently came together to learn to read and write. The book is an inspiring collection of some of their childhood memories, thoughts and poems, and also contains contributions from three of Ireland’s most prominent authors: Patricia Scanlon, Mary Stanley, and Dermot Bolger. Going back to education as an adult isn’t easy but this book proves that the benefits are great and that everybody has the right to read and be read.