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Podcast #41 A parent-advocate getting well versed in the law to make dyslexic son’s childhood as normal as possible

She and her husband knew something big was going on when one night she saw her son start to beat his head on the kitchen counter screaming he’s stupid. Listen to a parent-advocate from Dyslexia Houston talks about how she constantly advocate for her dyslexic son’s rights at school.

dyslexia explored #8 Lynn Greenwold

Podcast #8 Lynn Greenwold O.B.E. 2/6 PATOSS + Leeds Dyslexia Festival

To celebrate International Dyslexia Week 2018 we are going to do a Leeds Dyslexia Festival ‘Series’ Day 2/6. We will publish one of the main talks given. Episode #8 Address from Lynn Greenwold O.B.E., CEO of PATOSS, a network of 1800+ private assessors and tutors, explains how this Festival grew from one of their local professional development groups. Originally conceived as a local training session, rapidly grew to a regional festival with 700+ attendees, professionals, parents and children.

Listen to her podcast episode now

This talk was also Mind Mapped live by Darius Namdaran. Watch how he did a map of the entire talk below.

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