More support can be expected for post-secondary students with dyslexia, says the Dyslexia  Association of Singapore (DAS). 

At least 100 students will receive assistance under a new project called the 360° Pact Project. 

More than $280,000 in funds was offered by the Lim Hoon Foundation (LHF) during a cheque presentation event at the DAS REX House Learning Centre yesterday. 

The project will offer the necessary support for students with dyslexia and other related learning difficulties at Institutes of Higher Learning (IHL) in Singapore. 

“Although a person does not outgrow dyslexia when growing up, effective and timely interventions can put students on the best path to success on their learning journey,” said DAS chief executive officer  Mr Lee Siang. 

 

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