Dyslexia Scotland Career Coach Katie Carmichael gives parents some tips on taking to your dyslexic child about their career.
Work, school and neurodiversity collide at home, writes Dyslexia Scotland Volunteers Manager Helen Fleming.
This highly practical book is well organised, accessible and jargon free. Parents who are struggling to understand the Addressing Dyslexia Toolkit’s Dyslexia identification Pathway and a school’s Staged intervention and planning paperwork will find this book refreshingly informative and easy to follow. Drs Reid and Guise are highly qualified professionals both with considerable experience inContinue reading “Book Review: Assessment for Dyslexia and Learning Differences – A Concise Guide for Teachers and Parents by Gavin Reid and Jennie Guise”
Today, we have a guest blog from Oliver at Twinkl. The resources referred to in this blog are free to download. Having your child identified as dyslexic can be a difficult thing to hear as a parent, but even more so for the child in question. Questions about what dyslexia is, what it means forContinue reading “Supporting your dyslexic child”
As a little girl, I had an image of becoming a Mummy. I imagined cuddling and playing with my baby, long walks with the pram and a general feeling of fulfillment. However, being an unidentified dyslexic adult, my experience of becoming a parent was far from what I had imagined. Although all new parents faceContinue reading “The challenges of becoming a parent and being dyslexic!”
Guest blogger Lorna Murray writes about why she’s optimistic about her dyslexic son’s career potential