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Dyslexia Show Virtual

Dyslexia Show Virtual

Dyslexic thinking out side the BoxDue to COVID-19 the Dyslexia Show will now take place on the 25th & 26th September 2020 at the NEC, Birmingham. We are delighted to introduce Dyslexia Show Virtual we know that a large percentage of you were visiting the Dyslexia...

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Dyslexia Show Postponed to September 2020

Dyslexia Show Postponed to September 2020

Firstly, I would like to thank everyone who has contacted us with positive comments regarding the postponement of the Dyslexia Show. As I’m sure you can appreciate, it’s been a very hard decision that myself and our small team have had to make. But we feel we have...

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Only 4 Weeks to go

Only 4 Weeks to go

The Dyslexia Show is Fast Approaching!Never over the past 3 years did I think that I'd be sitting here today writing a blog telling people that we are only 4 weeks away from the first Dyslexia Show! Three years of planning and organisation have seen it grow into what...

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Legal Surgery

Legal Surgery

More Support at the  Dyslexia Show We are thrilled to announce that one of our Sponsors SEN Legal are holding a Legal Surgery at the Dyslexia Show. This is a unique opportunity to sit with SEN Legal’s Principal Solicitor, Melinda Nettleton or Senior Solicitor, Hayley...

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Dyslexia Show Awarded CPD Certification

Dyslexia Show Awarded CPD Certification

The Dyslexia Show is fast approachingWe hope you are as excited as we are about the fantastic line up of speakers at this years Dyslexia Show. You'll be able to hear from experts from the British Dyslexia Association, Microsoft, Educational Phycologists, esteemed...

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A Note from the Show Founder Arran Smith

A Note from the Show Founder Arran Smith

From Arran Smith Dyslexia Show FounderBeing dyslexic can be hard, but actually the abilities and strengths that I possess because of my dyslexia outweigh the negatives.  Yes, I get frustrated and it can be tiresome; however, with technology - as it is today - and...

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CPD Update and 2023 Show Registration

Here at Dyslexia Show we know that knowledge, understanding and awareness are really important to our attendees. Therefore, I'm delighted to let you know that we now have approval for our CPD sessions for Dyslexia Show 2022. This means, that from today (21st June),...

One week to go! Special guest announcement

One week today until Dyslexia Show Live 2022 takes place. The past two and half years have seen so many ups and downs for all of us, but we are finally only a week away from the UK's first national exhibition dedicated to dyslexia and associated conditions Dyslexia...

Microsoft at Dyslexia Show

Dyslexia Show is proud to announce that Microsoft is our Lead Digital Sponsor. Microsoft's mission is to empower each learner and educator on the planet to achieve Microsoft's mission is to empower every person and every organisation on the planet to achieve more....

THE STRUGGLE FOR LITERACY IS OVER

Five Minute Box (UK) Ltd is pleased to announce the arrival of their new multisensory literacy intervention, the Ten Minute Box. The Ten Minute Box will see all learners included and making progress in English literacy by learning digraphs, regardless of whether they...

International Women’s Day

With it being international Woman's Day we would like to start announcing a number of our keynote sessions that will be free to attend to those registered for Dyslexia Show Live. We have over 14 keynote sessions that will take place over the two days on the 25th- 26th...

What is strategy coaching and how can it help my neurodiverse employee?

By Dr. Deborah Leveroy, Neurodiversity & Inclusion Lead, Dyslexia Box The Problem “My employee Jack has Asperger’s and recently underwent a workplace assessment with Access to Work. The assessor has recommended some workplace strategy coaching. What...

What is Access to Work? Everything you need to know

By Dr. Deborah Leveroy, Neurodiversity & Inclusion Lead, Dyslexia Box Access to Work (AtW) is a government scheme which funds disability-related support and equipment to help people start or stay in work. If you are disabled or have a long-term physical or mental...

Happy New Year

With just under three months until the UK's first national exhibition dedicated to dyslexia will be taking place it's taken a number of years to get to this point and we are not stopping now!  The safety and security of our delegates, contractors, exhibitors,...

Dyslexia is Positive

What a Week  Over the past week we have seen some amazing talks and sessions from high profile speakers within the dyslexia community.  Here at the Dyslexia Show we want to give continued awareness and ensure that all dyslexics can achieve their full...

Global Accessibility Awareness Day! Thursday, May 21, 2020,

Arran Smith Blog12 months ago I wrote one of our first blogs on the Dyslexia Show website. Today is Global Accessibility Awareness Day and we are supporting it like everyone else. Understanding people with dyslexia and understanding yourself, of your difficulties,...