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Author Archives: Dyslexia Scotland
Teaching English: a dyslexic perspective
“What if I teach them the wrong grammar and they use it for life?” A dyslexic teacher shares his anxieties.
Scotland’s Census and the dyslexic community
The 2022 Census brings a historical opportunity to be inclusive of everyone.
My Neurodiversity Journey Part 3
David Yeoman explores part three of his dyslexia journey.
Volunteering in 2022
Has the pandemic helped or hindered volunteering in our country? Volunteers Manager, Helen Fleming, considers how 2022 will be for voluntary organisations and volunteers.
Dyslexia and Parliament
Vin Arthey writes about Matt Hancock’s Dyslexia Screening Bill which is making its way through the Westminster parliament.
In our latest blog, dyslexic geologist, Dr Jess Pugsley tells her dyslexia story.
Dyslexia-friendly Scotland – our journey so far
Dyslexia-friendly Scotland. How far have we come? Are we nearly there yet?
From bottom of the class to CEO
Ana Simion went from bottom to the class to CEO – here’s how she did it.
Dyslexic strengths in the world of work
Daniel explores how his dyslexic talents and skills help him in his youth football coaching career.