Keynote

The Dyslexia Show Live 2022

Our keynote theatre is a central point of the whole event. We’re thrilled to announce that we are running five keynotes throughout the two days with panels of experts sharing their experiences relating to dyslexia. We have a wide range of contributors from exhibitors, sponsors sharing their knowledge and thoughts related to dyslexia and the wider neurodiverse community.

Friday Keynote

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10:45AM – 11:15AM

Unicorn School a Microsoft Partner

Andrew Day and Sallie Greenhalgh

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11:30AM – 12:15AM

Talking Dyslexia – Dyslexia in the UK today

 Lynn Greenwold , Gillian Ashley, Andy Cook and Arran Smith 

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12:30AM – 1:15AM

The Dyslexic Renaissance: A Paradigm of Opportunity 

Dean and Bodhi Bragonier 

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1:15PM-1:45PM

Talking Dyslexia – Your Dyslexic Journey

Panel Talk: Pete Jarrett, Rossie Stone, Charlott and Jamie McAnsh,
Steve Parke

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2:15pm- 2:45pm

Creating Assistive Technology with users, and making it Inclusive

Stuart Marsden

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3:00PM-3:30PM

Ambitious about Inclusion from SDSA

Pat Bullen, Kate Browning, Kate Drurey

Saturday Keynote

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10:00AM – 10:30AM

Panel Talking dyslexia Keynote ‘making dyslexia work for you, (not against you)’

Keisha, Elizabeth, Dr Deb Leveroy

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10:45AM – 11:15AM

Dyslexia: Why specialist teaching is the key to unlocking a school’s potential.

Gilian Ashley

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11:30AM – 12:15AM

Transition Support. The essential passport for dyslexic learners.              

Julia Clouter

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12:30AM – 1:15AM

From  helplessness to empowerment: re-engaging students with dyslexia 

Dean and Bodhi Bragonier

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1:15PM-1:45PM

Talking Dyslexia: Neurodiversity on social Media

Katie Corbett ,Darren Clark, Natalie Brooks

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2:15pm- 2:45pm

The effects and implications of Dyslexia – a personal perspective 

Dr Jenna Kenyani

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3:00PM-3:30PM

Revolution in Dyslexia – What happens when conventional dyslexia methods like phonics don’t work? A specialist school’s approach.

Dr Neville Brown and Dr Daryl Brown

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