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Building Automaticity for Dyslexic Learners

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In order to read and write effectively, it is important for children to achieve automaticity. In this session, we will look at what automaticity is and why it is so important. We will then discuss ways automaticity can be achieved, beginning with multisensory strategies for learning and then games which can be used for practice […]

Dyslexia after a pandemic!

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Dyslexia after a pandemic! This webinar will go into details on how some dyslexic people have found the world going into a pandemic. Looking at it from both as an adult and a young person. Arran will talk about what effects the pandemic has had on our students with dyslexia and other neurodiversity’s, reminding ourselves […]

Dyscalculia Association courses. Identification and Intervention

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This webinar details the courses offered by the Dyscalculia Association, from a level 3 course aimed at increasing awareness and understanding of dyscalculia to a level 5 course detailing how to plan a specifically tailored intervention lessons for learners with dyscalculia and maths learning difficulties. There is also a course aimed at level 7 assessors […]

Intersectionality, Hidden Journey and Future Directions for Neurodiversity in the Workplace

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Aidan Healy is a Business Psychologist and the CEO of Lexxic. He will be discussing intersectionality, the hidden journey of neurodiversity and the future directions within the workplace. This will include a look at gender differences, issues around disclosure, socio-economic status and race. The discussion will include case studies around a person’s hidden journey from […]