Belief Change: A Family Journey Forum 2021
Let go, be free, and unlock dyslexia
This event marks the launch of a fourth focus for Dyslexia Foundation of New Zealand – the family. Following successful advocacy and action in education, youth justice, and the workplace, the family is the next arena for fostering paradigm change (mind-shift) in understanding and harnessing the strengths of dyslexia and neurodiversity.
The Forum will bring together dyslexic individuals, family members, teachers and educationalists, solution and assessment solution providers.
Through a series of keynote talks and presentations, the Forum will explore the reality of the family journey. With core beliefs formed in childhood, it is crucial that empowerment drives the family journey.
Mindset is the key.
Central to successful action is Belief Change. The Family Journey Forum unpacks this, looking at the belief systems, deleting the ones that do not serve and installing those that do.
The Forum will be opened by Children’s Commission Judge Andrew Becroft and features speakers including DFNZ Chair of Trustees Guy Pope-Mayell and educational psychologist Rose Blackett.
The centrepiece of the event is a dynamic presentation by international neural coding** experts Dr Amanda Foo-Ryland and fellow coach Sarah Foo-Ryland. An equal dose of entertainment and liberation.
Join us for this groundbreaking event, and the life-changing opportunity to let go, be free, and unlock the strengths of dyslexia.