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”
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My Neurodiversity Journey Part 3
David Yeoman explores part three of his dyslexia journey.
Dyslexic talents: environmental innovation and activism
The blog showcases dyslexic talents with environmental innovation and activism
Benefits of a binge watch
Books vs box sets: which is better? Gemma B considers the need for escapism in its different forms.
High School Transition
Lorna writes about how she helped her son in his move up to high school. See her tips for parents of children moving to high school.
My Neurodiversity Journey (Part 2)
David Yeoman blogs part two of his neurodiversity journey. Part 3 to follow soon.
My Neurodiversity Journey
A 63 year old reflects on a life with dyslexia.
It’s time to go away Covid, please!
I write this in reflection of months in lockdown due to a new illness called Covid 19, or corona virus. Although, we are slowly easing out of this experience, with shops opening and more socialisation, Covid is unprecedented in peace time and something we have never seen since WW2. Initially, events, holidays, businesses, various campaignsContinue reading “It’s time to go away Covid, please!”
Jenga: The Game of Dyspraxic Life
A day in the life of dyspraxia. Mike Gordon on the woes and wins of a less-known co-ocurring codition.
A CV of Failures
Last year I was invited to be one of the speakers at a high school assembly about our career journeys. The architect, business woman and teacher who had preceded my own talk all spoke about the subjects they chose at school and the degrees they went on to accomplish to enter the roles they wereContinue reading “A CV of Failures”