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Neurodiversity in the workplace: A Neurodivergent Workplace Coach

Neurodivergent people don’t need to be cured, they need accommodation, in some cases a variety of help and in many cases be offered skills they missed in childhood.  Today I had the privilege of delivering a presentation for the International … Continue reading

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When will this government get the whole picture on literacy?

Just read Michael Rosen’s article entitled “Dear Nadhim Zahawi, the Tories vowed to ‘eradicate illiteracy’ years ago. What went wrong.” I have also responded to the Guardian. https://www.theguardian.com/education/2021/oct/09/dear-nadhim-zahawi-the-tories-vowed-to-eradicate-illiteracy-years-ago-what-went-wrong I am with Michael Rosen, little progress has been made in the … Continue reading

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Flipping Dyslexia 101: How could your school benefit from a Neurodivergent School Coach (NSC)?

It is every students’ civil rights to be taught in a way that works for them and in many cases plays to their visual neurodivergent strengths. Every primary school could have a Neurodivergent School Coach, who champions appropriate teaching and … Continue reading

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Flipping Dyslexia 101: The Lost Art of Picturing Words

People who are good at literacy picture words in their mind’s eye. So why aren’t we teaching this simple skill in school? Back in the day we communicated via pictures that were drawn on walls. Eventually letter and words were … Continue reading

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Dyslexics, come and prove me wrong!

You can learn to improve your literacy in just 30 mins. Join my zoom call on Wednesday 6th October at 8:00pm. Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84275608846?pwd=TXFFd3cxNWVEK095c0JxYll5aWx4QT09 I have been teaching these skills for 22 years, because nobody told me that this was … Continue reading

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Dyslexia Awareness Week: Free coaching for Dyslexia Attention Adults in Luton and Bedfordshire

I guest for the Recovery College in Luton and Bedfordshire, and my next events are to teach people how to visualise words and make spelling, writing and Dyslexia so much easier. I have been teaching people for 22 years and … Continue reading

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Flipping Dyslexia 101: Neurodivergent Teddy

Transcript: Good morning this is a story about neurodivergent teddy. This is part of my series of learning to thrive with dyslexia and adhd I want to tell you a story about a little boy called Freddie who came to … Continue reading

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Flipping Dyslexia 101: Neurodivergent strengths

When you explore neurodivergent strengths, you realize 3 things: how valuable these strengths are how they can be real assets in adult life how they can be flipped to assist with topics such as dyslexia or poor literacy/numeracy at any … Continue reading

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Rebel Voices 2021 – International Dyslexia Virtual Conference

I am delighted to be speaking at this conference organised by the Dyslexia Institute UK.                                                                                       Email: DyslexiaInstituteUK@gmail.com September 9/10th 2021 Over 30 presentations (available to delegates virtually for 3 months) Message of support from Sadiq Khan, London Mayor. Dating, … Continue reading

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Fast literacy progress for creative students

Are you a parent of a bright creative child who is struggling with literacy? During lockdown you may have realized just how much of a challenge your child is having and the negative effects on his/her emotional health. Creative students … Continue reading

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