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Book Review: Supporting Dyslexic Adults in Higher Education and the Workplace

Welcome to our first ever book review by Sophie Jones @sophiej43kitty. It’s great to expand the site beyond tips and support, we hope you find these reviews useful for your research, students or self support. If you would like to write a review please e-mail us at: paul@dyslexicsonline.com – Nicola Brunswick edits a collection of…

YouTube Thursday #backtoschool

Guess what… it’s Thursday, so that means it’s YouTube Thursday… So it’s that time of year where many of us (including me) will be preparing to go to university or college to continue our studies or embark upon a new programme of study. Exciting times, but for many it will also bring with it apprehension…

YouTube Tuesday

This week I’ve decided to take a different approach to my blog and introduce a multimedia element, so being that it’s Tuesday, I have decided to call my post, YouTube Tuesday, introducing some great videos that I’ve come across. Let me know what you think and if you have any videos for me to share.…

Ellie’s Story

This week I have decided to open my blog to my Twitter followers who have a story to share about their learning difficulties. Ellie, a student from New York, USA, has sent me this wonderful insight into her world of dyslexia. She hopes to raise awareness about learning disabilities in the USA so more children…

The Jeremy Kyle ‘Mock’ Show

Over the last few days several followers have contacted me, via Twitter and my website, about a Jeremy Kyle Show that mocked a guest for having dyslexia. According to the Mail Online, Kyle appeared to mock the man for not being able to remember his children’s birthdates. The man explained that it was a consequence…

Like Stars on Earth – ‘Taare Zameen Par’

Sometime ago I had a great conversation with a good friend, Monica Sharma, who was asking about my research and the issues I experience as a dyslexic. As you can imagine, I must have touched on several topics, issues and stories about my dyslexia, and the different strategies I use. During the conversation, Monica mentioned…