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EMPOWER Different Learners - The Free iPhone App

Empower your student to articulate, illustrate, and share their learning needs and plans for success. Students explore their unique challenges and learning style through a series of quests. The app generates your student’s individual MAP (My Advocacy Plan), and will help prepare for back-to-school and IEP/504 meetings.
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Book

David Flink’s “Thinking Differently”

It takes one to know one — the 1 in 5 who learn differently. And to inspire them as well, until they’re ready to inspire others in true Eye to Eye fashion. In this book David, Founder and Chief Empowerment Officer at Eye to Eye, shares his story and the collective stories of Eye to Eye. This is an especially inspiring guide for parents, where they gain hope and clear strategies for success.
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Movie

Being You | Roadtrip Nation

Follow three young adults with learning and attention issues — including two Eye to Eye Alumn’Eye — across the country. The students interview successful adults with learning differences, sit down with Eye to Eye Founder and Chief Empowerment Officer David Flink, and end their journey at Eye to Eye’s Young Leaders Organizing Institute.
Kevin Greer

Kevin Greer

Partner, Learn to Earn Fund at New Profit

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“I believe that sharing my story, and inviting others to share their stories, is one of the most powerful things I can do. I want to encourage kids with learning disabilities to be  proud and dream big. To think that I am able to change lives is really such a dream come true.”

Jewell Loyd

Eye to Eye Honorary Diplomat

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"At Eye to Eye, our entrepreneurial, passionate, team-driven culture inspires us to create meaningful change in the world. You have no idea how able we are!"

Marcus Soutra

President, Eye to Eye


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