Dr Kerryn Pike, Dear Dyslexic Neuropsychologist
Dr Kerryn Pike is a Clinical Neuropsychologist with over 10 years’ clinical experience in administering intellectual and academic assessments, including experience working with adults with learning disabilities (dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia). She has a doctorate degree in Clinical Neuropsychology (Monash University, 2008) and current full registration with the Psychology Board of Australia with full endorsement in the practice area of clinical neuropsychology. Kerryn is an established scholar with over 40 publications and provides lectures and supervision at La Trobe University. She has also provided many presentations to community groups, health professionals, and at scientific conferences. Kerryn’s passion is making a difference for people, and she is looking forward to the opportunity to work with the Dear Dyslexic Foundation to change the way learning difficulties are viewed in our society and provide resources for people struggling with these disabilities.
Dr Jacqueline Caskey, Dear Dyslexic Tutor
Jacqueline recently completed her PhD in Sociology, focusing on dyslexia and Learning Difficulties with a particular interest in working with adult students in higher education and in workplaces. She has a background in teaching with a Master of Education. Jacqueline is a PhD tutor who supports adolescents and adults who have dyslexia and learning disabilities within Queensland. She has previously worked with a range of organisations as a Teacher and Disability Officer. Tutoring sessions are offered face to face if you live on the Sunshine Coast or via videoconferencing. Contact Dear Dyslexic for more information.