🔊 Listen to this 1 in 10 Australians has Dyslexia Up to 40% of the prison population have Dyslexia People with Dyslexia have an attempted suicide rate of 46% higher than the average population. Dyslexic individuals have untapped skills that are essential to the future workforce. The Dear Dyslexic Foundation empowers those 16 and over […]
🔊 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.
🔊 Listen to this This month Shae speaks with Dyslexia Consultant Brian Hagan on all this dyslexia and HR. Shae hope’s you enjoy the first of many podcasts on this topic.
🔊 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 […]
🔊 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!
🔊 Listen to this Award Recipient – Dr Nola Firth, Honorary Research Fellow: The University of Melbourne and Centre for Adolescent Health, Murdoch Children’s Research Institute. We are delighted to announce that A Night of Hope Inaugural Gala will mark the outstanding contribution to the national dyslexia cause by presenting Dr Nola Firth with our industry award […]
🔊 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.
🔊 Listen to this In this month’s episode, Shae speaks with Dr Grainne Cleary on the topic of science and wildlife ecology.
🔊 Listen to this Like me, 1 in 10 Australians have dyslexia – these Australians are the reason that I created the Dear Dyslexic Foundation. Dyslexia and other learning disabilities can have a major impact on many areas of life. Struggles with reading, spelling and maths, can lead to disengagement and disconnection from education, struggles […]
🔊 Listen to this This month Shae speaks with Jamie Crabb on Assisted Technology, dyslexia and dyspraxia. Its a packed show with lots of useful information.