Starting a business during a pandemic – crazy or smart? Dyslexia Scotland Volunteer, Brian Valentine, shares his experiences.
Dyslexic engineer Andrew McQuatt looks back on challenging childhood experiences at school.
Dyslexia Scotland Career Coach Katie Carmichael gives parents some tips on taking to your dyslexic child about their career.
Twelve dyslexic aults ponder what advice they’d give to their younger selves.
A day in the life of dyspraxia. Mike Gordon on the woes and wins of a less-known co-ocurring codition.
Dyslexia Scotlamd member and blogger Doreen on the emotional characters that share our space.
Do headlines deliver the right messages about dyslexia? Gemma Bryant reviews the case of a dyslexic postman.
Dive in to dyslexia with Mike Gordon as he swims through a language lagoon.
This poem was originally published in Issue 8 of Blether Stories: “I have come here for a bit of a blether.” Is what some might say. In the event of social interaction. My reaction is action (get away, far away). Action plus reaction equals interaction. My reactions are unusual. Not normal! But then – WhatContinue reading “Action Plus Reaction Equals Interaction”
“I don’t cut hair” Coronation Street barber David Platt said, dreamily, in a recent episode, “I shape destinies.” Studies show that he’s got the right idea when it comes to getting job satisfaction. Some people dread being asked ‘so, what do you do?’ Rather than feel stuck in a rut, we can mentally re-frame ourContinue reading “So, what do you do?”