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Category Archives: Work and Careers
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.
Football coaching and dyslexia
Dyslexic football coach Daniel Hiddleston reflects on the essential factors for learning and growth in his sector.
Dyslexic Career Prospects
Dyslexia Scotland Career Coach, Katie Carmichael, gives parents some tips on talking to your dyslexic child about their career.
Setting up a Business During a Pandemic
Starting a business during a pandemic – crazy or smart? Dyslexia Scotland Volunteer, Brian Valentine, shares his experiences.
One microscope, two slides and some dyslexia
Dyslexia Scotland Young Ambassador EIlidh blogs about a career in STEM.
How to speak with your dyslexic child about their career prospects
Dyslexia Scotland Career Coach Katie Carmichael gives parents some tips on taking to your dyslexic child about their career.
Time to Talk Tech and Tenacity
Is the new normal of working from home working for dyslexia?, asks Gemma Bryant.
Strengths are the whole of me
Exam cancellations underscore the value of holistic career education, writes Dyslexia Scotland Career Coach Katie Carmichael