Teri considers a post-lockdown world as covid restrictions ease. She also provides tips for reflecting on what you’ve missed doing over the past several months of lockdown.
A Dyslexia Scotland volunteer based in Australia writes home about the covid-19 experience Down Under.
Mike is a Dyslexia Scotland volunteer. He’s currently living in Australia. “Mike, why are you such an optimist?”, people ask me. “That’s just the way I am.” I usually chirp back (while silently thinking “because the opposite is too hideous to contemplate!) Nobody likes to be told what to do or where they can go.Continue reading “Surviving Lockdown at Home”
A dyslexic woman reflects on plans and dreams for 2021.
DYslexia Scotland’s Volunteers Manager reflects on the accomplishments of the organisation after almost a year of remote working.
In a digital world, nothing beats old fashioned kindness, writes Mandy Shepherd.
Haven’t dyslexic people always lived in isolation, ponders Mike Gordon in the age of covid-19.
In the sixth in her series of blogs for Dyslexia Scotland, Terese Smith shares the counselling exercises that she’s using to help her in lockdown.
Welcome to Part 5 of the Lockdown Mental Health Series. If you missed Parts 1-4 you can find them here. Lots of people I talk to are getting increasingly frustrated with the extended lockdown, and no wonder. Just think about it – what do we do to punish people for really bad crimes? Or whatContinue reading “Part 5: Our Loss of Freedom”
Exam cancellations underscore the value of holistic career education, writes Dyslexia Scotland Career Coach Katie Carmichael