As the summer comes to a close, we want to thank the Program Team's fabulous Summer Interns for their service! All three are now going back to school to lead amazing Eye to Eye chapters! Help us give a big "thank you” to Georgia (Columbia University), Olivia (Northwestern University), and Carrie (Muhlenberg College) for all they do for our LD/ADHD community!
SUMMER SUCCESS: We Made the Match and...sent over 150 young leaders to the Organizing Institute at Brown University. The Shoulders to Lead on Tour travelled the country and met with Governor Dannel Malloy, a fellow different thinker. David Flink launched his new book, our book, Thinking Differently available at all booksellers online and off. Share our success and like if you were a part of it.http://conta.cc/1B0wATO
SUMMER SUCCESS: We Made the Match and... sent over 150 young leaders to the Organizing Institute at Brown University. The Shoulders to Lead on Tour travelled the country and met with Governor Dannel Malloy, a fellow different thinker. David Flink launched his new book, our book, Thinking Differently available at all booksellers online and off. Share our success and like if you were a part of it. Stay tuned for more reports on what we know will be an auspicious autumn at Eye to Eye including a book tour for my new book - which is really our book - Thinking Differently, published by Harper Collins. Buy here and share with friends.
Empowering interview with David Flink by Krys Boyd, host of the show "Think" on NPR station KERA Radio. David takes calls and talks about the way he thinks differently and how to advocate for the different thinker in your life. There is a lot more information for parents of children with learning disabilities in his newly released book "Thinking Differently" which can be purchased here: http://ow.ly/ANHUw #ThinkingDifferently
Teaching Special Needs Kids | KERA www.kera.org We’ll talk this hour about how we can better teach children with ADHD, dyslexia and other challenges with David Flink, who writes about the topic in Thinking
From the discouraged kid in 5th grade labeled with LD/ADHD, to Eye to Eye's own courageous David Flink - author of the book that will make sure the same never happens for your kid or any future generations' - help him mark this day by sharing the link with all your friends! Especially those who have children with learning disabilities. #ThinkingDifferently Buy the book with this link: http://ow.ly/AJFVF
Watch this sneak peak video of David Flink, our Co-Founder and Chief Empowerment Officer, sharing an inspiring story from his new book "Thinking Differently, an Inspiring Guide for Parents of Children With Learning Disabilities." Click here to buy for you, your parenting partner, a friend or teachers in your kid's school! http://ow.ly/AC0fS #Dyslexia #ADHD #LearnOn
Thanks to everyone at Party City for highlighting Eye to Eye at every one of their checkouts across the United States! Swing by a Party City before September 6 to stock up on party supplies, make a donation, and help our kids succeed in school and life! Share this post with your friends to help us raise money and awareness. #LearnOn
#TBT! Andrew Sale, Gonzaga University senior, received the Jessica E. Ettinger Award at this year's Young Leaders Organizing Institute! The award is given to the Student Coordinator who demonstrates exceptional enthusiasm, compassion and spirit at the OI! Lets show Andrew a round of Facebook Likes! #LearnOn
AmeriCorps Programs are Among Top Contributors to Teach For America’s 2014 Corps nationalservice.tumblr.com By Teach For America New class reflects nation’s diversity as many members continue national service Teach For America announced today that its 25th teaching corps, which numbers 5,300, is comprised of the most diverse talent in the nonprofit’s history – with 50 percent of incoming teachers identify…
Learning Disabled, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Dyslexia. Do these labels sound familiar? They also translate all too frequently into familiar, limiting outcomes for kids who labor under the prejudices associated with these labels. That's why Eye to Eye is striking such a chord. We're the national mentoring movement for different thinkers, and we show kids with LD / ADHD how to be their own best advocates as they embrace — and capitalize on — their unique ways of looking at the world.Support the movement. DONATE