🔊 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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🔊 Listen to this This month Shae speaks with Rosalie Martin is a criminologist, an accredited facilitator with the Centre for Courage and Renewal and a clinical speech pathologist with more than 30 years’ experience.
🔊 Listen to this This year the Dear Dyslexic Foundation hosted a Night of Hope Inaugural Gala a first of its kind in Australia. 1 in 10 Australians have dyslexia – they are why the Dear Dyslexic Foundation was created. Every day, people who have dyslexia struggle with the many daily challenges of life with […]
🔊 Listen to this Dear Dyslexic FoundationSeptember Newsletter 2018 Welcome to the September 2018 Dear Dyslexic newsletter – there is lots for me to share! I hope you can take the time to read all our amazing news – I’m so excited to share all of our achievements. National Dyslexia Awareness Month 1st -31st October 2018 […]
🔊 Listen to this Episode 17 out now. In this Episode, Shae speaks with the Chair of the Dear Dyslexic Foundation Christine MacJouvelet on her lived experience of dyslexia. We hope you enjoy this podcast!
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🔊 Listen to this This month Shae speaks with Dr Jacqueline Caskey who recently completed her PhD in Sociology, focusing on Dyslexia and Learning Difficulties with a particular interest in working with adults in higher education and in workplaces.
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🔊 Listen to this Rufus Black is the Vice Chancellor and President at the University of Tasmania. Previously, he was Master of Melbourne University’s Ormond College and an Enterprise Professor in the Department of Management and Marketing and a Principal Fellow in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Melbourne. Rufus’ private sector experience […]
🔊 Listen to this This month’s episode Shae speak’s with the Vice Chancellor and President at the University of Tasmania Rufus Black. Listen to his inspirational story of living and working with dyslexia.