When I found out about having dyslexia, everything started to make sense to me, it wasn’t that I didn’t have the intelligence, it was that I didn’t have the right resources in place to help me learn and understand things the way I do now.
Vin Arthey writes about Matt Hancock’s Dyslexia Screening Bill which is making its way through the Westminster parliament.
Lorna writes about how she helped her son in his move up to high school. See her tips for parents of children moving to high school.
Dyslexia Scotland is thrilled to announce that Trinity College London has selected us to be one of their Arts Award Champion Centres for 2019-20. Arts Award is a set of unique qualifications that support young people up to age 25 to take part in arts activities, learn about the arts and artists, express themselves throughContinue reading “Arts Award Champions!”
Dyslexia Scotland career coach Katie Carmichael on how parents can have a positive career conversation with theiir dyslexic child.
This year my dyslexic son started high school. Worried about how he would cope with this new school environment, given that organisation is not his strong point, we ensured he went to as many transition events as possible before starting. In November last year, he went to a taster day at the school, so heContinue reading “High School Transition”