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LASEND webinar for Lancashire County Council

6 November 2017

From 13-17 November 2017 Ofsted and the Care Quality Commission (CQC) will carry out jointly an inspection of Lancashire County Council local area. The areas the teams will focus on are: How well the local area identifies and assesses the needs…

Are you ready to take the Cappuccino Challenge?

6 November 2017

Are you ready to take the Cappuccino Challenge?  We are striving to increase general awareness of the 1:7 of the population with dyslexia or a related condition. So today we are are asking for your help and providing you with two new FREE tools…

New BDA CEO Announcement

17 October 2017

A comprehensive recruitment campaign has been undertaken after the decision by our current CEO, Kate Saunders, to retire next year. 29 individuals, mainly with Charity Director or CEO experience, applied for the position. The Trustees are delighted to…

Dyslexia Adult Network News - Autumn 2017

6 October 2017

The 6th edition of the Dyslexia Adult Network News can be found here, and covers: Background to the Dyslexia Adult Network Dyslexia Awareness Week REPORT HEADLINES Westminster AchieveAbility Commission on Recruitment Working with Government Widening…

Westminster AchievAbility Commission - Media Release

5 October 2017

Please read the WAC Media Release disseminated on World Dyslexia Awareness Day, Thursday 5 October and  during  Dyslexia Awareness Week 2017. The Media Release outlines the key findings of the two WAC…

WEBINAR: Make tech work for me with Microsoft

3 October 2017

Make tech work for me - Dyslexia Awareness Week Hector Minto, Technology Evangelist (Accessibility) Date: 5th October, 6.30 - 7.30pm As part of Dyslexia Awareness week, Microsoft want to share the top ten features, apps and life-hacks that…

Dyslexia Awareness Week Case Studies & Employment Law

3 October 2017

As Dyslexia Awareness Week 2017 is in full flow, it is a good time to share case studies from inspirational individuals who are using their strengths as dyslexics to make a mark at work. There are many great examples of people with dyslexia becoming…

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