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A.O. Gunnoo – Biography

A.O. Gunnoo – Biography

Purchase in Amazon I was born in England and raised in Australia. My mother is from the Philippines and my father is from Mauritius.  Eight years ago, I relocated to England where I now live and work in London as a community nurse.   The...

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Financial Tips in Times of Corona

Financial Tips in Times of Corona

Astrid Collier has very kindly put together some practical financial tips you can implement during Covid-19.These are tips for those who are self-employed, own small businesses or may be at a loss of who to contact and what they can do next. Astrid is a financial coach.She helps people create a better relationship with money, learn and build confidence around everyday products.

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5 Ways to Build Dyslexia Reading Skills

5 Ways to Build Dyslexia Reading Skills

Dyslexia involves a lot of difficulties in learning to read and interpret words.  The infographic below shows how you can improve your reading skills.  It does this by breaking down each topic into subheadings, and offering you an informative description on each of...

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Dyslexia Awareness Week (DAW) 2018

Dyslexia Awareness Week (DAW) 2018

Dyslexia Awareness Week (DAW) takes place from Monday 1st to Sunday 7th October.  World Dyslexia Awareness Day will be celebrated on Thursday 4th October. The purpose of this week is to raise awareness and understanding of Dyslexia that encourages positive change. The...

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Interview with Lyndon White

Interview with Lyndon White

Dyslexia London had the great opportunity to sit down with the wonderfully talented and incredibly hard-working illustrator and comic artist, Lyndon White.

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Interview With Jamie McDonald

Interview With Jamie McDonald

Dyslexia London sat down with Jamie McDonald, also known as Adventureman. He is the author of the book of the same title and a motivational speaker. He talks about self-motivation, resilience, power of connection and making a difference. In his book Adventureman:...

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Case StudiesListen

Richard Branson

Richard Branson

Books by Richard BransonArguably one of the most famous British dyslexics, Richard Branson has inspired a whole generation of young people.   Richard Branson has not hidden his poor academic performance as a young person at school. His headmaster is reported...

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Rosalind Smith – Don’t let dyslexia hold you back!

Rosalind Smith – Don’t let dyslexia hold you back!

Rosalind Smith is 9 years old and feels her strengths are her determination, imagination and her super strong legs! Rosalind is creative and loves imaginative play, science, history and reading. Her dyslexia was formally identified as she began year 3. Although an...

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Wilfred Emmanuel-Jones

Wilfred Emmanuel-Jones

  Wilfred is a classic entrepreneur and has an 'anything is possible' attitude to everything he approaches- even his health. Wilfred Emmanuel-Jones has led quite the life, from growing up in inner city Birmingham to surviving Leukaemia in 2014 to begin in...

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InnovationsListen

Water Watcher

Water Watcher

Did you know that leaving the water tap running whilst brushing your teeth wastes approximately 12 litres of water?

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Join Our Online Membership GroupListen

For an annual membership fee of just £15.00, members will have full access to the Adult Dyslexia Support Membership Group video conference and resources.Listen

Your support enables us to continue to provide a range of projects throughout the year and vital information through our website, social media channels and a support group for anyone who may have been recently diagnosed with dyslexia Listenor who may be struggling at work or higher-level education.Listen

 

London Adult Dyslexia Support Group SuspendedListen

The Adult Dyslexia support group was set up almost 25 years ago by Eileen Harwood, who still runs it to this day.Listen

It was set up as a safe place for adults with dyslexia to come together and share their experiences and struggles with dyslexia, and also to help uplift each other.Listen

Owing to the current public health issues, we have cancelled all meetings until further notice. If you need any help or support, please email info@dyslexialondon.org with your concerns.Listen