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Episode 33 with Helen Boden CEO of the British Dyslexia Association

In this month's episode, Shae speaks with Helen Boden CEO of the British Dyslexia Association.


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Like many other charities and businesses COVID 19 has impacted the important work we are doing that empowers young people and adults with dyslexia to reach their full potential.


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Target amount: $5,000.00

Amount raised: $2,192.20


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Question Dys Series

The Question Dys Series has been established to help young people and adults with dyslexia. Each month Shae hosts a Q & A session with fellow dyslexics about all things dyslexia and life.


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When two unique minds become one

When two unique minds come together they are either likely to clash like planets or will fuse together to work harmoniously towards a bigger purpose.


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The challenge 

1 in 10

Australians are estimated to have dyslexia

2 in 3

people with dyslexia do not feel good about themselves 


more likely to have attempted suicide compared to the rest of the population 

1 in 5

people in the justice system have a learning disability (at least 1 in 5!)

Reading difficulties are a risk factor for the development of later mental health problems

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