Episode 30 – NoticeAbility Part 2 – Dean Bragonier, Using Lessons Learned from Your Son to Make a Difference

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In this episode of The Dyslexia Life Hacks show is part 2 of a 2-part series with NoticeAbility.

In part 1 Matt spoke to Bodhi Bragonier who is a teenager and the inspiration behind NoticeAbility, and currently serves as there International Youth Ambassador.

Now in Part 2 Matt talks to Dean Bragonier the Founder & Executive Dyslexic, they talk about his younger life in the american school system and the differences they may or may not be from Bodhi’s experience. 

Dean saw something in Bodhi when he came up with his idea of pocket change as a 6 year old and this sparked an idea in Dean’s head, hear how he took this idea to MIT and other educational institutions and uses entrepreneurship among other skill to empower dyslexics. 

We cover what it is like to living in a house hold of full of dyslexics, it can be a crazy place.

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