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So CA Tri-Counties Branch of the International Dyslexia Association 2015 Conference – A 2-day conference promoting greater understanding of literacy and learning issues for parents and teachers.
Gina will be featured as the speaker to the Stated Meeting for the Burlingame Scottish Rite Center, as she will discuss her journey as a person with dyslexia. She will enlighten the audience on how she learned how to face, manage, and embrace her learning disability.
Author & Dyslexic, Gina Mazzetti will be celebrating Learning Disabilities Awareness Month, as she will be answering the question, “What’s it Like Being Dyslexic?” Many people are under the impression dyslexia simply affects a person while they are in school; however, the affects of dyslexia continue beyond academia. Gina will discuss what a dyslexic can potentially experience in school, in the workplace, as well as how the condition can ultimately affect a person’s entire life. Additionally, Gina will present tips on how dyslexics can face, manage, and embrace their learning disability.https://www.facebook.com/events/776494962372288/
Author Gina Mazzetti discusses her NOOK book, A Shout-out For Dyslexics: The Emotional Side. Join us for a special NOOK event as Author Gina Mazzetti discusses her NOOK book, A Shout-Out For Dyslexics: The Emotional Side. Sample the book in-store and try out the brand-new Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK!
Author & Dyslexic, Gina Mazzetti will be celebrating National Learning Disabilities Awareness Month with high school students from Triumph Transitions Institute, as she will be proving stepping stones to success due to having a learning difference. Additionally, Gina will present tips on how dyslexics can face, manage, and embrace their learning disability.
View the chat with Gina here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?
Daly City Mayor, David Canepa interviewed Author, Gina Mazzetti about her book, “A Shout-Out for Dyslexics: The Emotional Side”.
See Gina’s television appearance from David Canepa’s show: Journey to Excellence http://www.pentv.tv/videos/
It will begin airing at the following weekly times, starting on Monday 10/6:
- MON / WED / FRI at 7:30 PM
- SAT / SUN at 6:30 PM
Gina Mazzetti will be at the Pacifica Fog Fest selling signed copies of her new book, “A Shout-Out for Dyslexics: The Emotional Side.”
Author & Coach, Gina Mazzetti, will be discussing how children and adults can ultimately set themselves up for success! Gina will present her road to accomplishment despite her struggles in growing up with a learning disability. She will also be speaking about the power of one’s mindset, as well as discuss strategies for healing from past and current pains. Ready for your Aha Moment? Meet Gina at Florey’s Book Co. and be a part of the empowering, emotional, and necessary conversation!
Author and Dyslexic, Gina Mazzetti will be discussing how children and adults with learning disabilities can channel their everyday challenges into positive and breakthrough opportunities. Additionally, Gina will touch on ways dyslexics can better manage their time, accommodate themselves in the workplace, as well as learn how to effectively deal with peer pressure. Gina will be discussing these very topics from her new book, A Shout-Out for Dyslexics: The Emotional Side.
Author Signing – Come and meet local author Gina Mazzetti. Gina will be signing her book A Shout Out for Dyslexics.
Florey’s Books welcomes local Author Gina Mazzetti as she discusses her new book: “A Shout-Out for Dyslexics:The Emotional Side.”
For National Learning Disabilities Awareness Month, Dyslexic, Gina Mazzetti will be presenting her experiences in growing up with dyslexia, as she will provide a sneak peak from her book coming out next year.
Gina Mazzetti will be speaking about the struggle of dyslexia and the joy of learning to manage her life and reading skills, with the help she received from the San Francisco and Burlingame Scottish Rite Childhood Language Center. Gina will speak about the emotional suffering she endured when people made assumptions about her intelligence based on her reading disorder – both voiced by her peers, some teachers and her basketball coach! It will be Gina’s first time sharing a story from her book coming out next year, you won’t want to miss it!
Please join our efforts to spread awareness and knowledge about Human Rights because in order to access your rights you need to know your rights. Your donation will help fund the 10th Annual Human Rights Summit at San Francisco State University allowing thousands of people to attend this event for free. Gina Mazzetti will be one of the presenters at the event.
Gina Mazzetti will be the Key Note Speaker, as she will be sharing her story about growing up with dyslexia. Come talk about what’s on your mind with other parents and Sue Digre. This group provides support to parents and family members of children and adults with developmental disabilities. It is open to everyone and does not require you to be a resident of Daly City.
Gina Mazzetti was one of three Salutatorians of her class and spoke at the school graduation ceremony.