This will be where you can find all my small stories and experiences. I will be going through things from when I was younger before being diagnosed until now. Keep watching this page as I will be updating this the most!
As discussed I am trying to do articles on top of youtube to try and get the information out there. I am currently not confident to go on camera but I have gone out of my comfort zone and spokenover a slide to discuss my dyslexia, what it is and the barriers I face. I … Continue reading “Youtube – What is dyslexia?”
Are all dyslexics the same? No, each person will have their own dyslexic traits. Although our brains are wired up similar, are learning styles and the way we see words will differ. But more importantly we all cope with our dyslexia in different ways too. Once you have been diagnosed it can feel like a … Continue reading “What is the positives of dyslexia? Well what dyslexic style are you?”
As you can see not many articles have been going up lately. I have been struggling to write and therefore I have try new method to help all. I will still be writing articles but I am also completing a youtube/podcast to help further. I realised quickly that my articles are lengthy and this may … Continue reading “Youtube 🙂 – Dyslexickate.com”
You may have noticed that I have been a little quiet on my blog posts recently. I apologise but like it has affected everything, covid has had a big impact on me lately. I do struggle massively with time management and normally I have a routine which helps with this. But since covid has hit, … Continue reading “Covid – Adapting workplaces and the Benefits It May Have for Dyslexics:”
Reading out loud sounds like it should be easy but if you have dyslexia/irlens it isn’t always the case. I have struggled with this throughout my life while in school as well as work. At first I used to think it was because I was shy due to what teachers used to say. But now … Continue reading “Reading Outloud – Such a Painful Task for a Dyslexic:”
While I have been in Devon due to the covid situation I have taken the time to interview my family members. Hence why I have not written in so long. This will not be like my other articles as I want to show their real responses. I hope that their experiences will help to raise … Continue reading “What is it like to be a mum of a dyslexic – my mum reveals all:”
What are exams? Exams are a memory exercise of what knowledge we have learnt. However, if you are dyslexic and have a poor memory like me, it’s actually more of an exam of how dyslexic you are. It is totally normal to feel nervous, worried, or even angry leading up to this. It may even … Continue reading “9 Tips for Dyslexics – How to cope in Exams:”
Irlen Syndrome: What is Irlen Syndrome: Irlen syndrome is one of the hardest topics to explain. It is a condition that is linked with dyslexia and can affect 8 out 10 dyslexics and they may not even know it. I find this condition the hardest to cope with as it make you feel physical sick. … Continue reading “Irlen Syndrome – The one nobody talks about”
Did you call me lazy? I love to see you have my brain – A insight into a dyslexic’s brain and the barriers we face every day:
Most people think dyslexia just affects reading and writing and sometimes they underestimate how challenging it can be for us. We often get branded lazy and slackers which then lowers our confidence. If you ever hear this from someone just point them to this article and see if they could cope with all this going … Continue reading “Did you call me lazy? I love to see you have my brain – A insight into a dyslexic’s brain and the barriers we face every day:”
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