Are you about to embark on a PhD or Doctorate or are you already in the thick of one, then this group is for you? Join our informal online meet up group hosted by Dr. Judith Hudson and our CEO and doctoral candidate Shae Wissell, where we talk about all things PhD from support to services, to how to structure a sentence when we have brain fog! This is a very supportive inclusive group filled with like-minded people who happen to have dyslexia and or other difficulties. 

Last Wednesday of the month at 5pm - 6pm.

More about the team:

Shae Wissell is the CEO, Founder.  Shae trained as a speech pathologist and then completed a masters degree in Public Health and one in Health Administration. Shae’s passion for working in public health and empowering people with dyslexia led her to establish the Dear Dyslexic Foundation. Shae is a dyslexic herself, Shae has experienced and seen first hand, the challenges those with dyslexia can face and the impact dyslexia has on education, employment and quality of life.

Shae is an Amazon #1 best selling author of The Hobo, A Year in the Life of a Dyslexic Social Entrepreneur, a Doctoral Candidate with La Trobe University researching the impact of dyslexia in the workplace,  a Podcaster, and Key Note Speaker.  

Dr Judith Hudson is a retired specialist teacher, Chartered Psychologist, Assessor, Author and Researcher of special educational needs, that result in congenital developmental disorders such as dyslexia, ADHD, and disorders on the autism spectrum.

She is an Associate Adjunct and visiting academic to the School of Education at the University of Tasmania. She advocates for educating teachers to identify and understand how to teach children with dyslexia and specific learning and literacy difficulties. She has written and taught modules for post grad study in Australia, ‘Educating students with dyslexia and learning difficulties’. Judith is on the Board of Square Pegs Dyslexia Support Group, Tasmania and a dyslexia Ambassador. She a PhD supervisor for the University of Tasmania and Flinders University, South Australia.

Her interest, study and passion for all things dyslexia spans some forty years, she has a dyslexic husband and grandson both of whose constant achievements in life never cease to amaze her.

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