Dyslexic football coach Daniel Hiddleston reflects on the essential factors for learning and growth in his sector.
Vin Arthey explores dyslexia, technology and getting older, in our latest blog.
Dyslexia Scotland Career Coach, Katie Carmichael, gives parents some tips on talking to your dyslexic child about their career.
Dyslexic engineer Andrew McQuatt looks back on challenging childhood experiences at school.
Dyslexia Scotland Young Ambassador EIlidh blogs about a career in STEM.
Dyslexia Scotland Career Coach Katie Carmichael gives parents some tips on taking to your dyslexic child about their career.
Exam cancellations underscore the value of holistic career education, writes Dyslexia Scotland Career Coach Katie Carmichael
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Guest blogger Lorna Murray writes about why she’s optimistic about her dyslexic son’s career potential