Education

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Workshops

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Dyslexia and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities

There’s almost no research at all about the rates of dyslexia and other learning difficulties among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and adults, but what we know about educational outcomes for this group of Australians is not good. Read more

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2018 National Dyslexia Awareness Campaign

In 2018, the Dear Dyslexic Foundation hosted its Night of Hope Inaugural Gala a first of its kind in Australia to raise of dyslexia during National Dyslexia Awareness Month.  1 in 10 Australians have dyslexia – they are why the Dear Dyslexic Foundation was created. Read more

Key Note Speaking

Shae Wissell is an experienced and passionate speaker about dyslexia in education, health and the workplace. Book Shae now as the expert speaker at your next event and help to change the world through storytelling Read more

Dyslexia and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children are not doing as well as other Australian children in terms of their education. Read more

Dyslexia and the Justice System

Having dyslexia or a learning difficulty doesn’t just mean finding school and work a bit harder than other people. One of the very serious results of these problems is that people who have dyslexia and other learning difficulties are seriously overrepresented in the justice system. Read more

Dyslexia in Our Community

We know that dyslexia is pretty common in our community, but most of us get by, and some actually do pretty well. Most of us can name a successful person who has dyslexia. Read more