October 30, 2019
Over 100 community members joined PC READS to hear Jonathan Mooney share his personal and professional experiences as a dyslexic and ADD student in a presentation filled with humor and knowledge. Jonathan, who co-founded Project Eye-to-Eye while a student at Brown University, spoke about neurological and physical diversity, emphasizing that different does not mean deficient. His message, that we shouldn’t be striving for normalcy, was well-received and attendees left this event filled with hope.
Thanks to the support of The Hall Family Fund, PC READS was able to give 50 attendees a free copy of Jonathan’s recently released book, Normal Sucks: How to Live, Learn, and Thrive Outside the Lines.
Read the Park Record article published before this event: PC READS and Hall Family Fund books author and student advocate Jonathan Mooney