Storytellers Dear Dyslexic Podcast Series Episode 21 with Dr Judith Hudson Dr Judith Hudson is a retired teacher, chartered psychologist, assessor, author and researcher of special educational needs. Her specific interest is in congenital developmental disorders, particularly how they impact on literacy development such as dyslexia, ADHD, and disorders on the autism spectrum ASD. An Adjunct Associate in the Education Faculty, College of Art, Law and Education (CALE), University of Tasmania, she has written and taught post-graduate modules in both the UK and Australia, and that focus on dyslexia and specific developmental learning disorders. Judith is also a Board member and Ambassador for Square Pegs Dyslexia Tasmania Support Group Inc. Judith is extremely knowledgable and an expert in the area of dyslexia and other learning disabilities and it was a wonderful opportunity to listen to her speak in Hobart. Judith spoke about both her work experiences and her personal stories of her husband and grandson both who have dyslexia. In this podcast, we talk all things dyslexia, its genetic links and how Judith now supports PhD students that have dyslexia. I hope you enjoy this podcast, I especially liked discussing the genetic link as dyslexia runs through three generations of my family, fascinating!! "Genetics and Families" Listen Now If you would like to help us keep creating our fantastic podcasts then you can donate today! Donations over $2 are tax-deductible and every dollar counts. Please select a donation amount (required) $50 Will help us continue the work we are doing change the lives of young people and adults with dyslexia. $75 Will help us support young people and adults with a mentor. $100 Will help us run our 1800 helpline so those with dyslexia can connect through our peer support service. Other Donate Dear Dyslexic Foundation, changing the world through storytelling.