🔊 Listen to this Mother and son duo Zivit and Gili Inbar join Shae for this month’s episode of the Dear Dyslexic Podcast to talk about their dyslexic experiences as a family and the trials and tribulations of finishing secondary school.
🔊 Listen to this I’m so proud to have presented my research findings this week on the Social and Emotional Wellbeing of Young People and Adults with Dyslexia at La Trobe University. As a doctoral candidate, working full time, running the Dear Dyslexic Foundation and living with dyslexia which for me is a daily juggling […]
🔊 Listen to this I can’t believe it! Thanks to you, all my supporters, I have been voted through to the next round of the People Choice Women’s Business School Awards in both the Making A Difference Award – Not for Profit and Leadership Award. Votes have now been reset to zero we now have […]
🔊 Listen to this Dear Dyslexic Podcast Series out now. In this month Shae speaks with children’s author Paul Russell. Shae hopes you enjoy this positive, inspirational podcast.
🔊 Listen to this This month Shae speaks with Jemima Hutton a young entrepreneur. Shae hopes you enjoy this inspirational, raw podcast.
🔊 Listen to this I’m excited to be presenting at the Neurodiversity and Employment Symposium on the 31st of May in Brisbane. My presentation the Dyslexic Disrupter highlights the trials and tribulations of a working dyslexic and how I established the Dear Dyslexic Foundation that works to empower those 16 and over with dyslexia to […]
🔊 Listen to this This month Shae speaks with Dr Judith Hudson on all things dyslexia, its genetic links and how Judith now supports PhD students that have dyslexia. I really hope you enjoy this podcast, I especially liked discussing the genetic link as dyslexia runs through three generations of my family,fascinating!!
🔊 Listen to this In this episode, Shae speaks with Nicole Dominique Le on all things dyslexia and HR in the workplace and the value of a diverse workforce. Shae hopes you enjoy this interesting and practical podcast for those with dyslexia who are working and employers and HR departments.