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Below you will find articles that Dear Dyslexic has posted.

 

Did you know there were once 250 Aboriginal languages spoken across Australia? Sadly today less than 145 languages are spoken, 110 of them are “critically endangered. Dear Dyslexic is about celebrating all languages and the importance of literacy. Read how the Yuni Aboriginal Community are keeping their language alive through a “Message Stick’ App.

Meet L,J Kidd author and illustrator of childrens books who also has dyslexia.Great to see her being recognised in Queensland for all her achievements. 

What you need to know about dyslexia in the workplace. Interesting article by Disability Employment Australia

Storytelling is a powerful tool for developing literacy

Dear Dyslexic June Newsletter 

Dear Dyslexic Hits the News

Congratulations to Mandy Nayton on her OAM for her fantastic work and dedication in children’s literacy in particular children with dyslexia.

A good news story about the importance of literacy and highlights your never to old to learn to read and write.

Victorian government taking some big steps in addressing the issues students with dyslexia are facing. 

Every prep child to be screened for dyslexia under new program

The challenges of Dyslexia in College

Jackie French author of childrens literature and advocate, talks literacy and her experiences of having dyslexia. Listen now to the successes and challenges for those with low literacy skills, dyslexia and reading.

Australia Day 2016: Author Jackie French receives award for promoting literacy

The challenges and hidden advantages of dyslexia

The Dialogue Surrounding Dyslexia: Five Important Takeaways

This Website Shows You What It’s Like To Be Dyslexic

Study strategies for high education students with dysleixa

I’ve finally admitted that I’m a dyslexic academic – and I’m terrified

Universities must work with schools to tackle access inequity

Dyslexia Action urges employers to help employees in the workplace with dyslexia

Starbucks employee wins dyslexia discrimination case

Poor basic literacy and numeracy: effect on employers

The wonderful life of Amalia & Aqil

I Remember: I was the ‘stupid kid’