About us

Who We Are

Dyslexia Organisation, Kenya (DOK) is a non-profit Organisation, established in 2010 and registered under the NGO Board of Kenya. We aim to raise awareness about dyslexia, dispel misconceptions, provide resources and support for individuals with dyslexia and other invisible learning difficulties, and work towards creating a more inclusive environment in education and society.

 

Our Vision

Our vision is a dyslexia-friendly education system where all learners get the opportunity to realize their full potential regardless of their academic performance.

Our Values

Inclusivity: No child is left behind, we believe and fostering an inclusive environment that embraces diversity and accommodates different learning styles.

Empathy: We understand and acknowledge the challenges faced by individuals with invisible learning difficulties and their families

Collaboration: We believe in working together with other organisations, educators, professionals and community members to create a network of support and resources.

Professionalism: We work hard to maintain high standards of professionalism in all interactions. This includes transparency, accountability, and a commitment to continuous improvement.

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Our Mission

Our mission is to empower individuals with dyslexia to thrive and succeed by fostering a supportive community, advancing awareness, and providing accessible resources. Through advocacy, education, and innovative solutions, we aim to break down barriers, transform perceptions, and create a world where every person with dyslexia can reach their full potential.

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Our Goals

AWARENESS: 

  1. Increase Public Awareness
  2. Promote positive narratives and break myths around dyslexia
  3. Reduce Frustration and Anxiety

EDUCATION

  1. Promote Early Identification for early intervention
  2. Promote appropriate teaching methods
  3. Promote positive narratives and break
  4. Accommodations and Modifications

 

 

 

EDUCATION ECO-SYSTEM

  1. Advocate for change in teaching approach
  2. Reduce inequalities in education experienced by learners with invisible learning difficulties

Have any questions? Call us on +254 722 380 952, +254 721 621 842

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