Working From Street Level by Ross Duncan

Granted, I found formal schooling and exams a challenge, although I excelled at sport; but after leaving school, I went on to start a B Tech course in music and drama and musical theatre at the prestigious Urdang Academy in London’s Covent Garden. Read more

Stories from the inside by Dear Dyslexic Community Member

I am 55 and finally accepting that being dyslexic has made me who I am today. My background: I had older parents that escape from the horror of War World 2. My mother is German and my father was Hungarian. Read more

Guest Blog from Ross Duncan

Ross Duncan is a researcher and writer for British Dyslexia Association, Dyslexia Scotland, The Red Apple Dyslexia Association,Dyslexia Association of Ireland and Weareumi Ross is on a mission to raise dyslexia awareness across the range and has the proven ability to globally write about a diverse range of people and in doing so being recognised as an ambassador for dyslexia. Read more

This year has been phenomenal!

I cant believe that we are coming up to the end of the year and Christmas is literally just around the corner.  This year has been phenomenal! I could never have imaged that amount of activities we could undertake while working day jobs. Read more

The Revelation of Dyslexia

This blog was written by Sandra Hargreaves on her revelation as a dyslexic. Read more

Life with Dyslexia by Cheri Shone

This blog was written by Cheri Shone on her life as a dyslexic. Read more

What does National Dyslexia Awareness Month mean to Catherine Deveny, nothing

What does National Dyslexia Awareness Month mean to Catherine Deveny, nothing! Read more