Dr Kris McGill writes about how his dyslexic strengths helped him to aim high and achieve a PhD.
David Yeoman blogs part two of his neurodiversity journey. Part 3 to follow soon.
A 63 year old reflects on a life with dyslexia.
Twelve dyslexic aults ponder what advice they’d give to their younger selves.
(Image standard copyright Dyslexia Scotland) Several years ago, I had some negative experiences in employment. These were caused by my dyslexia and people’s unhelpful responses to it, both before and after I was identified. In this blog post, I’d like to tell you about 7 things that have helped me grow positively from these negativeContinue reading “Growing positively from trauma”