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   The Facts and co-occurring difficulties

  1. Dyslexia Working Party. (2010). Helping people with dyslexia: A national agenda. Report to Hon. Bill Shorten, Parliamentary Secretary for Disabilities and Children’s Services. Available 27/1/2016 from http://auspeld.org.au/
  2. Firth, N & Frydenberg, E, (2011) Success and Dyslexia, p 2-3, Melbourne, ACER Publishing
  3. Department for Children, Schools and Families. (2009). Identifying and teaching children and young people with dyslexia and literacy difficulties. (DCSF-00659-2009). Nottingham: DCSF Publications. Retrieved from https://www.education.gov.uk/publications/eOrderingDownload/00659-2009DOM-EN.pdf  Access on 26 January
  4. Dyslexia Action (2015) DACPD91 Supporting Adults with Dyslexia and Co-occurring Difficulties, Towards a definition for dyslexia [Class handout] p.6. Surrey, Dyslexia Action House
  5. British Dyslexic Association (2015) What is Dyslexia, Bracknell, Available at http://www.bdadyslexia.org.uk/dyslexic/dyslexia-and-specific-difficulties-overview, Access on 18 January 2016
  6. Dyslexia Action, 2015, DACPD91 Writing in the Workplaces, Supporting Adults with Dyslexia and Co-occurring Difficulties, [Class handout] Surrey, Dyslexia Action House
  7. Low, B.J, & Low, D.M, (2006)  Education Policy as Social Determinants of Health  Journal of Ethics, Volume 8, Number 11: 756-761. Accessed on 17 January 2016  at http://journalofethics.ama-assn.org/2006/11/pfor1-0611.html
  8. Department of Health and Aging (2013) Social Determinants of Health, Canberra. Available at http://www.health.gov.au/internet/publications/publishing.nsf/Content/oatsih-healthplan-toc~determinants. Accessed on 17 January 2016

Dyslexia and Study

  1. Australian Disability Clearing House ADCH (2016) Learning Difficulties, Available at  http://www.adcet.edu.au/inclusive-teaching/specific-disabilities/learning-disability/  Accessed on 17 January 2016
  2. Hargreaves, S. & Crabb, J. (2016) Study Strategies for students with Dyslexia: Support for Specific Learning Difficulties. London, Sage Publishing; 3rd Edition.

Dyslexia in the Workplace

  1. Dyslexia Working Party. (2010). Helping people with dyslexia: A national agenda. Report to Hon. Bill Shorten, Parliamentary Secretary for Disabilities and Children’s Services. Available 27/1/2016 from http://auspeld.org.au/
  2. Dyslexic Action (2015) Supporting Adults with Dyslexia and Co-occurring Difficulties, Writing in the Workplace [Class handout] Surrey, Dyslexic Action House
  3. Bartlett, D; S Moody & Kindersley, K (2010) Dyslexia in the Workplace, An Introductory Guide, London, Whurr, Wiley-Blackwell; 2nd Edition.

  Dyslexia, Mental Health and Wellbeing

  1. World Health Organisation (2014) Mental Health: a state of well-being. Geneva. Retrieved on 14 February 2016, Available from http://www.who.int/features/factfiles/mental_health/en/
  2. Beethan, J. (2016) Webinar Dyslexia and self-esteem/mental health issues. Dyslexic Action. England.
  3. Better Health Channel (2016) Dyslexia (p.g 1) retrieved on 14 February 2016, Available from https://www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/health/…/dyslexia
  4. York, C.E & Waite, L.J. “Social Disconnectedness, Perceived Isolation, and Health among Older Adults.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 2009: 50(1): 31-48.

 Dyslexia and the Justice System

  1.  Australian Bureau of Statistic (2011) Australian Social Trends; Education and Indigenous Wellbeing, Catalogue no. 4102.0, Canberra.
  2. Willignham, R., 2015, Prisons failing to make the state safe: Ombudsman, The Age 18 September, Available from: The Age. [23 January 2016]
  3. Dyslexia working party. (2010). Helping people with dyslexia: A national agenda. Report to Hon. Bill Shorten, Parliamentary Secretary for Disabilities and Children’s Services. Available 27/1/2016 from http://auspeld.org.au/
  4. Australian Bureau of Statistic (2015) Prisoners in Australia, Catalogue no0, Canberra, 2015 Retrieved on 17 February 2016, Available  from  http://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/abs@.nsf/mf/4517.0
  5. Korff, J., (2016) Creative Spirit; Aboriginal Prison Retrieved, 16 February 2016, available from http://www.creativespirits.info/aboriginalculture/law/aboriginal-prison-rates#ixzz40NhxNIkD
  6.  Australian Insitute of Criminologay (2011) Counting the costs of crime in Australia: A 2011 estimate 2015 Canberra, Retrieved on 17 February 2016, Available  from http://www.aic.gov.au/publications/current%20series/rpp/121-140/rpp129/21-criminal-justice-system.html

 Dyslexia in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities

  1. Korff, J (2016) Creative Spirit; Aboriginal Education, Sydeny, Retrieved 16 February 2016, available from www.CreativeSpirits.info, Aboriginal culture – Spirituality
  2. The Close the Gap Campaign Steering Committee, The Close the Gap Progress Report February 2015.  Canberra. Retrieved 16 February 2016, available from https://www.humanrights.gov.au/sites/default/files/document/publication/CTG_progress_and_priorities_report_2015.pdf.
  3. Australian Bureau of Statistic (2011) Australian Social Trends; Education and Indigenous Wellbeing, Catalogue no. 4102.0, Canberra.

Your Rights

  1. Firth, N & Frydenberg, E, (2011) Success and Dyslexia, p.7. Melbourne, ACER Publishing.
  2. Firth, N. (2010) To Assess Resilience Programs for Children who have Specific Learning Disabilities. p. 9. Report to the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust of Australia.
  3.  Australian Human Rights Commission (2014), Annul Report 2013-2014, NSW, Retrieved on 25 January 2016 from https://www.humanrights.gov.au/our-work/ commission-general/publications/annual-reports.
  4. Disability Discrimination Act 1992