by a dyslexic student At school I didn’t think I was different to anyone else. I was not a low achiever but found exams stressful. I hated being asked to read aloud in class. I was a slow, not very fluent reader. I wasn’t very good at spelling and was rubbish at languages. I’m notContinue reading “My dyslexic college experience”
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.
Leading on from my Part 1 blog, here is a list of my top 5 tips, that I want to share, in the hope that it might help other people. My Top 5 Tips Technology – I love Grammarly. My work pays for me to have the premium edition, which is great, but even theContinue reading “Me, Myself and I + Dyslexia (Part 2)”
Lindsay Miller on the struggles and successes in a dyslexic life journey.
Dyslexia need not be a barrier to achievement, success and a fulfilled life, writes Gemma about the recent Jay Blades documentary.
Four things to start on your dyslexia discovery journey.
“What if I teach them the wrong grammar and they use it for life?” A dyslexic teacher shares his anxieties.
Vin Arthey writes about Matt Hancock’s Dyslexia Screening Bill which is making its way through the Westminster parliament.
In our latest blog, dyslexic geologist, Dr Jess Pugsley tells her dyslexia story.
Dyslexia-friendly Scotland. How far have we come? Are we nearly there yet?