Four things to start on your dyslexia discovery journey.
David Yeoman explores part three of his dyslexia journey.
Dyslexia Awareness Week (DAW) Scotland runs from 1-7 November. One of our members has created a toolkit for churches. Although it’s written with churches in mind, some of the content can be used by other faith communities.
Doreen writes about her experiences of getting her poetry book published. This book will soon be available to pre-order from Dyslexia Scotland.
In a digital world, nothing beats old fashioned kindness, writes Mandy Shepherd.
Is the new normal of working from home working for dyslexia?, asks Gemma Bryant.
Over the last year I’ve been dipping into a book about dyslexia in the workplace. I expected it just to help me in a work context but I actually find it just as helpful for my personal development. (You can find details of it at the end of this blog post.) The book isContinue reading “Veena’s Story”
I came across an article last year that concerned itself with the subject of IQ tests. While reading the piece, I noted the author’s statement that dyslexia can disappear with disappointment, particularly as it was made without the qualification that it was their opinion. While everyone is entitled to voice their own beliefs, it angeredContinue reading “The Debauchery of Disparaging Dyslexia”
According to recent research conducted by Booked, a magazine for UK schools, 70% of headteachers believe that Facebook and Twitter has adversely affected the literacy of young people. To be fair to them, the examples that are used to back up this claim are not without merit: “I wont to work wiv you’re company.” AnotherContinue reading “Facebook and Literacy”
Following the recent news that Michael Morpurgo has written the first book in a series that is being published with the intention of making it easier for dyslexic parents to read to their children, I was surprised that, as the volunteer Resource Centre Manager for Dyslexia Scotland, I hadn’t realised that such a big gapContinue reading “What Gaps Exist?”