In the UK, we have a scheme called “Access to Work” which is basically giving disabled student allowance to the workplace.
Tag: dyslexia school
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.
Stephen Martin thought his dyslexia would just disappear after finishing school. He recently just realized what dyslexia really means when he talked to a dyslexia practitioner
This week on the Dyslexia Explored, we explore the story of Nigel Lockett, who, only recently, disclosed to the public his dyslexia.
We had a conversation with Dr. Warren where she shared how she developed medical issues that she says were probably stress and anxiety-related.
This week, we had a very interesting conversation with Theo Gough, Author of the Conquering Dyslexia Book and host of the Conquering Dyslexia podcast.
Rossie Stone, the first guest we featured in Dyslexia Explored, shared his growth since we last talked and seeing the results of students who used their resources.
This is the story of Micki Boas, who legally fought the school for 4 years just for her child to have access to proper dyslexic support.
Sarah George had a nice conversation with Darius about her dyslexia journey and the advantages of sending your child to a specialist dyslexia school
Moira Thomson, MBE talked about accommodations. Is it really worth it to have young people have adjustments to the arrangements?