Dear Dyslexic Podcast Series Dear Dyslexic Podcast Series Welcome to the Dear Dyslexic Podcast Series. These podcasts share stories of the lived experiences of people who have dyslexia and other learning disabilities, as well as those who care for, live and or work with us. Shae Wissell the creator of the Dear Dyslexic Podcast Series states "I wanted to use podcasts as the medium to share unique stories of everyday Australians who have dyslexia and other learning disabilities, to shine a light on the success and the challenges of life with dyslexia. Without the reading barrier, we can all listen and learn." You can listen to a variety of guest speakers from authors, to actors, entrepreneurs and every day dyslexic people not just surviving but thriving! Shae was Katified by the talented illustrator Kat from Kat and Fox. See how Shae was Katafied and was created into caricature. Episode 1 with Savvy Motive Episode 12 with Author LJ Kidd Episode 25 with Mother and son duo Zivit and Gili Inbar Episode 2 with Dr. Nola Firth Episode 13 with Jamie Crabb Episode 26 with Christian Boer from Dyslexie Font Episode 3 with Author Catherine Deveny Episode 14 with Dr Grainne Cleary Episode 28 with Actor, Author and Dyslexia Advocate Ameer Baraka Episode 4 with Daryl Quilliam Episode 15 with Professor Rufus Black Episode 29 with Professor Eleanor Loiacono Episode 5 with Order of Australia Jackie French Episode 16 with Dr Jacque Caskey Episode 30 with Queensland Shadow Minister Trevor Watts Episode 6 with Professor Keith Houghton Episode-17 with DDF Chair Christine MacJouvelet Episode 31 with Elizabeth TakyiFounder and CEO of a2i Dyslexia Episode 7 with Sandra Hargreaves Episode 18 with Tasmanian of the Year Rosalie Martin Episode 32 with Lois and Nicholas Letchford Episode 8 with Gemma Bilardi Episode 19 with HR Expert Brian Hagan Episode 9 with Australian of the Year Mandy Nayton Episode 21 with Dr Judith Hudson Episode 10 with Cheri Shone Episode 22 with Hugo Richard from DysTech Episode 11 with Anthony Garner Episode 23 with Jemima Hutton "Dear Dyslexic Foundation; disrupting the norm through storytelling. Creating a world of acceptance and empathy to empower those with dyslexia and other learning disabilities to reach their full potential and live healthier, happier more connected lives."