We have a very special and mind-bending episode this week. It’s all about a man with dyslexia who worked 34 years as a driver for a newspaper company and recently published a book with himself as the main character.
We talked about constantly reinventing yourself, a trait that most dyslexics have. We continuously find ways to change something in ourselves and what we do.
We invited Kerry Pace again to share her expertise on the matter as she has helped other dyslexics get access to the “access to work” grant.
We invited Sophia Gomma to our podcast this week to talk about dyslexia in sports and the factors that may affect athletes with dyslexia.
In the UK, we have a scheme called “Access to Work” which is basically giving disabled student allowance to the workplace.
This week we are going to hear from someone who has written a dyslexia story. Reyna Marder Gentin was a criminal defense attorney who became a full-time writer.
Sarah Kesty is a SPED Teacher and Executive Function coach. She teaches children with learning difficulties to manage their executive function skills.
In this episode, Dean Bragonier talks about his dyslexia story and his struggle for acceptance from himself and from society.
Dr. Susie Nyman is one of those teachers you’d want your children to have. She is very passionate about how students learn differently using multi-sensory learning.
Learn how Bambi Gardiner gave birth to the idea of Oaka Books, an award-winning book company that publishes interactive books for children with dyslexia.