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Dyslexia Institute of Indiana


Believing all people are entitled to fulfill their potential, the Dyslexia Institute of Indiana (Dii) exists to serve children, adolescents and adults with specific learning disabilities. 

Embarking on our 30th year serving the Central Indiana community, Dii is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. 

 
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Special Events

DRIVING FOR DYSLEXIA

Drivers - Register here today!

Sponsors - Interested in seeing your name on our shirts, at the venue and in our promotions? Click here to sign up to sponsor Driving for Dyslexia.

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 Dii alumni, Elliot Cox, founded Driving for Dyslexia in memory of his racing hero, Justin Wilson. Wilson was a spokesperson for the Dyslexia Institute of Indiana and advocate for dyslexia. 

Dii alumni, Elliot Cox, founded Driving for Dyslexia in memory of his racing hero, Justin Wilson. Wilson was a spokesperson for the Dyslexia Institute of Indiana and advocate for dyslexia. 

 

Calling all racers and race fans! Join Elliot Cox Racing at Speedway Indoor Karting on May 18 from 6-8 p.m. for a fun night of organized go kart racing, benefitting the hardworking students at the Dyslexia Institute of Indiana.

Drivers young and old are welcome! Join us for prizes, professional driver autograph signings and more! 

Registration fee to race is $100.

Driving for Dyslexia racers must be at least 8 years old and 48 inches tall.

100% of proceeds benefit the hardworking students at  Dii. 

 
 

DESIGN X3 HOME TOUR

 

Support the Dyslexia Institute of Indiana at The Indianapolis Monthly Design X3 home tour. 

The tour is open Thursday through Sunday, June 7 - 10 and 14-17 from 12 - 7 p.m. 

Tickets are $15 online / $20 at the door. Purchase your tickets here! 

Be the first to see the brownstones at the Preview Party on Wednesday, June 6 from 7-10p.m. Cocktails and heavy hors d'oeuvres will be served throughout the evening. Tickets are $75 and limited - purchase Preview Party tickets here

100% of ticket proceeds benefit the hardworking students at the Dyslexia Institute of Indiana! 

About Design X3

Visit three brownstone homes in Jackson's Grant Development (116th Street and Keystone) with three different styles: traditional, transitional, and industrial will all be displayed. 

The homes were built by McKenzie Collection, designed by Gary Nance Design with interior design by Kittles Design Studio.

 

 

“There is nothing impossible to him who will try.”

— Alexander the Great

Special thanks to our supporters: 

Rogers Family Foundation

Nicholas H. Noyes, Jr. Memorial Foundation

M.A. Rooney Foundation

Heritage Fund – the Community Foundation of Bartholomew County

Samerian Foundation

Hall Render

Katz, Sapper & Miller

National Bank of Indianapolis

Somerset CPAs

The Pabulum Group

Shaw-Burckhardt-Brenner Foundation

Brave Heart Foundation

Pacers Foundation

Lee Supply Corporation

International Dyslexia Association

Lannan Foundation

Miller Summer Mission for Children Fund,
a fund of Central Indiana Community Foundation

Johnson-Melloh Solutions

Elliot Cox Racing

SOS

Kelly Landscaping

National Construction