This week is Dyslexia awareness week. To raise awareness the British Dyslexia association is highlighting the stories of individuals. Dyslexia can be completely invisible so this is a great way to raise awareness of the difficulties people can face. Over to them…
Your voice matters.
We believe that everyone with dyslexia has a unique story and the power to create positive change. Which is why we invite you to share your story with us.
By sharing your story you can:
- Enrich the dyslexic community by helping others feel validated, accepted and understood.
- Support the British Dyslexia Association in our mission to raise awareness of the realities of living with dyslexia.
This Dyslexia Week we will be focusing on the invisibility of dyslexia. This year we aim to offer a platform to those whose voices have been previously unheard. We want to hear your stories. Share your story with us here.
Click here to read Bushra’s story.
Click here to read Catherine’s story.
Click here to read Ruth’s story.
Click here to read Lorna’s story.
Click here to read Mark’s story.
Click here to read Olivia’s story.
Click here to read John’s story.
Click here to read Alice’s story.
Click here to read Chantal’s story.
Click here to read Sarah’s story.
Click here to read Victoria’s story.
Click here to read Nicholas’ story.
Click here to read Shelley’s story.
Click here to read Callum’s story.
Click here to read Lynn’s story.
Click here to read Bronya’s story.
Click here to read Eva’s story.
Click here to read Jacqui’s story.
Click here to read Sophia’s story.
Click here to read Ryan’s story.
Click here to read Nicola’s story.
Click here to read Paul’s story.
T – Further Education Lead Tutor at a Creative College
Click here to read T’s story.
Click here to read Kim’s story.
Dyslexia Week is 4 to 10 October. You can attend a free webinar on 7 October from 12-1.30pm, where you’ll hear from a range of speakers, each with the goal of challenging stereotypes and showing examples of good practice. They’ll cover:
- Hearing the lived experience of dyslexic individuals
- Employer’s duty of care under the Equality Act
- Empowering dyslexic talent at work
- Examples of good practice of dyslexia friendly policies
- Recruiting and retaining dyslexic talent
You can find out more about the activities going on throughout the week and how you can get involved, and members of the dyslexic community are invited to share their stories on the British Dyslexia Association website.