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Lists of self-help resources for dyslexic people (News Item)

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This blog post, written anonymously, tells you about lists of dyslexia-friendly resources on dyslexia and mental health and where you can download them.

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Books and Wellbeing Part 3 (News Item)

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Read part three of this blog sharing an individual’s experience of using books in their self management. This final posts looks at existing booklists created to help individuals living with a mental health condition and considers how these can be adapted for dyslexic adults.

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Books and Wellbeing Part 2 (News Item)

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Read part two of this blog sharing an individual’s experience of using books in their self management. Prompted by attending our ‘Reading, Writing and Self Management’ event in November 2015, an anonymous Dyslexic adult was inspired to share their story with us. This part looks at the possible benefits of books to Dyslexic people and some available reading lists.

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Books and Wellbeing Part 1 (News Item)

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The blog below was submitted to us by an anonymous dyslexic adult who attended an event the Self Management Network Scotland team delivered in November 2015. I can’t describe how delighted I am as this is exactly what we are working to achieve – individuals sharing their learning about self management to support one another in living with a long term condition.

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Dyslexia is a difference that reflects diversity: the social model of dyslexia (News Item)

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Interview with Steve McCue about his Unique Dyslexia Get Creative project. The aim of this project is to to build a community of dyslexics recognizing the social view of dyslexia and the positives rather than the medical view focusing on the negatives. Steve wants to reinforce the idea of dsylexics identifying as part of a community.

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