Dr Kris McGill writes about how his dyslexic strengths helped him to aim high and achieve a PhD.
David Yeoman blogs part two of his neurodiversity journey. Part 3 to follow soon.
A 63 year old reflects on a life with dyslexia.
Emily Cormack reflects on an academic learning journey with dyslexia.
A dyslexic woman reflects on plans and dreams for 2021.
Dyslexic engineer Andrew McQuatt looks back on challenging childhood experiences at school.
DYslexia Scotland’s Volunteers Manager reflects on the accomplishments of the organisation after almost a year of remote working.
In an earlier blog I spoke about the lifeline that technology has given us during the madness that has been 2020. In allowing some people to work from home and enabling us to see loved ones – albeit through a screen – many have felt less isolated. However, six months on from this necessary changeContinue reading “Time to Screen Screen Time?”
I write this in reflection of months in lockdown due to a new illness called Covid 19, or corona virus. Although, we are slowly easing out of this experience, with shops opening and more socialisation, Covid is unprecedented in peace time and something we have never seen since WW2. Initially, events, holidays, businesses, various campaignsContinue reading “It’s time to go away Covid, please!”
Haven’t dyslexic people always lived in isolation, ponders Mike Gordon in the age of covid-19.