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DYSLEXIA AFFECTS UP TO 1 IN 10 AUSTRALIANS.

DYSLEXICS SUFFER FROM HIGH RATES OF ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION.

DYSLEXICS HAVE A 46% HIGHER RATE OF ATTEMPTED SUICIDE THAN THE REST OF THE POPULATION.

The Dear Dyslexic Foundation aims to empower those 16 and over with dyslexia to reach their full potential.

 

Welcome to Dear Dyslexic. This site has been set up as an open forum to discuss all topics relating to dyslexia and learning difficulties.

This site is a mix of evidence-based research and my own personal experiences. I want Dear Dyslexic to support everyone who has dyslexia, particularly young people who are trying to finish school, start off in higher education or work. For those who are already working, I hope that Dear Dyslexic can provide you with support and information for your situation.

 


🔊 Listen to this A massive thank you to Christine MacJouvelet, Sandra Hargreaves, Dr Jaquline Caskey and Laura Dickinson for the excellent workshop they ran on the 16th of November, in Melbourne in partnership with Critical Agendas. 50 Teachers, Special Education Teachers and Learning Support Officers attended the workshop from across Victoria. A lot of learnings […]


🔊 Listen to this Rosalie is a criminologist, an accredited facilitator with the Center for Courage & Renewal, and a clinical speech pathologist with more than 30 years’ experience. In 2013 Rosalie founded a charity, Chatter Matters Tasmania, to bring literacy and parent-child attachment programs to Tasmania’s Risdon Prison. She was awarded 2017 Tasmanian Australian […]

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