The blog showcases dyslexic talents with environmental innovation and activism
Dyslexia Awareness Week (DAW) Scotland runs from 1-7 November. One of our members has created a toolkit for churches. Although it’s written with churches in mind, some of the content can be used by other faith communities.
School years are the prime window of opportunity to nurture dyslexic talent and foster achievement. But who educates the educators about dyslexia?
Gaming with dyslexia? Maddy Shepherd wonders if she’s met her match.
Maddy reflects on her time as a dyslexic student and how the pandemic brought a unexpected benefits.
Vin Arthey explores dyslexia, technology and getting older, in our latest blog.
What are the pros and cons of online learning with dyslexia?, asks Mandy Shepherd.
Twelve dyslexic aults ponder what advice they’d give to their younger selves.
Dyslexia Scotland’s Career Coach Katie Carmichael encourages home-schooling parents to feed their children’s curiosity.
Dyslexia is a condition that has no cure, unlike some of the myths around this. I like many others have struggled with reading, writing all my life. Dyslexia is a term that is sometimes associated with Dyspraxia (affects neuro functions) or Dyscalculia (ability with maths). A common trend is that those with dyslexia feel stupid,Continue reading “Continuing to ease positive change nationally”