All Things Dyslexia show

All Things Dyslexia

Summary: We are adapting our model to reach more vulnerable people with dyslexia during this COVID19 through the use of podcasts that will be published on our website and other social media channels. A series of short 30-45 mins broadcasts will offer people access to tips and coping techniques. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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Podcasts:

 Dyslexia: Supporting your Child’s Emotional Health during COVID 19 - Part 2 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 7:34

In episode 12, we were joined again by our guest speaker Dr Neil Alexander-Passe (SENDCO at Hasmonean High School, Expert SEND Advisor at the Department of Education, Book Author) who is also dyslexic himself to speak on the topic 'Dyslexia: Supporting your Child’s Emotional Health during COVID 19'.Dr Neil Alexander-Passe is the Head of SEND unit at a large co-education mainstream secondary school in North London, rated by OFSTED to be 'outstanding'. He is also an inclusion expert for the UK's Department of Education. He gained his Doctorate/PhD in 2018.His latest, and 11th book, 'Surviving School as a Dyslexic Teenager: A Guide for Parents and their Teenager Children (Critical Youth Studies)' has been launched in May 2020. It offers an easy and approachable book for parents, educators, and teenagers with dyslexia. 'What makes this book so unique and something that families with teenagers with dyslexia should seek out and read? One feature that particularly appealed to me was the handy tips provided at the end of each chapter. If you’re seeking inspiring content to help you realise the potential of a teenager with dyslexia I cannot recommend this too highly.'Angela Fawcett, Emeritus Professor, Swansea University, Vice President, British Dyslexia Association.This podcast is funded by Wimbledon Foundation. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

 Dyslexia: Supporting your Child’s Emotional Health during COVID 19 - Part 1 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 30:29

In episode 11, we were joined by our guest speaker Dr Neil Alexander-Passe (SENDCO at Hasmonean High School, Expert SEND Advisor at the Department of Education, Book Author) who is also dyslexic himself to speak on the topic 'Dyslexia: Supporting your Child’s Emotional Health during COVID 19'.Dr Neil Alexander-Passe is the Head of SEND unit at a large co-education mainstream secondary school in North London, rated by OFSTED to be 'outstanding'. He is also an inclusion expert for the UK's Department of Education. He gained his Doctorate/PhD in 2018.His latest, and 11th book, 'Surviving School as a Dyslexic Teenager: A Guide for Parents and their Teenager Children (Critical Youth Studies)' has been launched in May 2020. It offers an easy and approachable book for parents, educators, and teenagers with dyslexia. 'What makes this book so unique and something that families with teenagers with dyslexia should seek out and read? One feature that particularly appealed to me was the handy tips provided at the end of each chapter. If you’re seeking inspiring content to help you realise the potential of a teenager with dyslexia I cannot recommend this too highly.'Angela Fawcett, Emeritus Professor, Swansea University, Vice President, British Dyslexia Association.This podcast is funded by Wimbledon Foundation. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

 Dyslexia: Overcoming Frustration & Anger during COVID 19 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 23:47

In episode 10, we were joined again by our guest speaker Caroline Namugabi (founder of Think Tank 720 and managing director at Nicholas Stewart Project) to speak on the topic 'Overcoming Frustration & Anger during COVID 19'.Caroline is a business coach, consultant and psycho-social practitioner with a psychological background. She also received a humanitarian Award in 2019.This podcast is funded by Wimbledon Foundation. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

 Dyslexia: Mental Health and Wellbeing during COVID 19 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 33:06

In episode 9, we were joined again by our guest speaker Rachel Fahy a Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Trainer (ASIST) and Yoga Alliance Professional to speak on the topic 'Dyslexia: Mental Health and Wellbeing during COVID 19'.Rachel is a Mental Health Advisor in Higher Education, a qualified yoga teacher and an adult with dyslexia.In her role as a Mental Health Advisor, she assesses University students support needs and recommends reasonable adjustments to help them manage the affect that their mental health condition may have on their academic studies and emotional health. These adjustments may cover exam access arrangements, coursework and suggested methods of teaching delivery. She also provides specialist one to one mentoring for students with mental health conditions. Mentoring may include enabling the student to plan their workload, developing strategies to manage stress and anxiety, discussing potential triggers for relapse, identifying self-help resources and looking after their wellbeing from a holistic approach.Outside of this role, she teaches yoga based on a mindful, compassionate and inclusive approach.This podcast is funded by Wimbledon Foundation. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

 Dyslexia & BAME - Reaching your full potential During COVID 19 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 21:38

In episode 8, we were joined by our guest speaker Caroline Namugabi (founder of Think Tank 720 and managing director at Nicholas Stewart Project) to speak on the topic 'Dyslexia & BAME - Reaching your full potential During COVID 19'.Caroline is a business coach, consultant and psycho-social practitioner with a psychological background. She also received a humanitarian Award in 2019.This podcast is funded by National Lottery Community Fund (Supporting B.A.M.E Communities). See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

 Dyslexia: Coping with Stress during COVID 19 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 27:11

In episode 7, we were joined by our guest speaker Jonathan Flint to speak on the topic 'Dyslexia: Coping with Stress during COVID 19'. Jonny is a PhD Student in Developmental Psychology at Cardiff University. He has written many coming out speeches: one for being gay, one for being dyslexic, one for being dyspraxic and one for anyone who didn’t bother to listen to the first three. The one factor that all of these have in common is an incredible sense of resilience, that is one of many variables which has enabled him to succeed so far.This podcast is funded by Wimbledon Foundation. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

 Dyslexia & BAME: Mental Health & Wellbeing During COVID 19 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 44:35

In episode 6, we were joined by our guest speaker Dr Heather Brobbey, a psychologist and the founder of Free Your Mind Psychological Services Ltd (3YM) to speak on the topic 'Dyslexia: Mental Health & Wellbeing During COVID 19'.Dr Heather Brobbey is an author, an advocate, a speaker, an online TV presenter, multi award winner, mental health events organiser and a diaspora Commonwealth Community Leader. Heather is also globally experienced in the clinical and forensic field of mental health."Don't stay in silence about your mental health, abuse thrives in silence. Reach out for the correct help early". - Dr Heather Brobbey.This podcast is funded by National Lottery Community Fund (Supporting B.A.M.E Communities). See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

 Dyslexia: Self Care and Relaxation During COVID 19 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 31:12

In episode 5, we were joined by our guest speaker Anna Jezuita, a Counsellor, Mindfulness Teacher (Psychotherapist & Practitioner MBACP Accredited) to speak on the topic 'Dyslexia: Self Care and Relaxation During COVID 19'.Anna is a qualified mindfulness teacher who runs therapy and workshops with individuals and groups. Her mission is to offer mindfulness therapy to every individual who struggles with 'work-life balance'.Mindfulness helps manage and also prevent severe health conditions. It is a tool for your mental hygiene, preventing anxiety and depression before they take a grip – it is your “mental floss” for life.This podcast is funded by Wimbledon Foundation. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

 Dyslexia: How to boost your confidence and self-esteem during COVID 19 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 40:10

In episode 4, we were joined by our guest speaker Juliet Bellagambi (course developer & teacher/facilitator in personal development and employability skills | Goal Success Coach) to speak on the topic 'How to boost your confidence and self-esteem during COVID 19'.This podcast is funded by Wimbledon Foundation. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

 Dyslexia: How do I overcome fear during COVID 19? | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 34:06

In episode 3, we were joined again by our guest speaker Emma Allsopp - (BA (Hons), PGCE MFL, L5 Cert SpLD, FHEA) and the founder of The Enhancer. Emma is a Dyslexia & Dyspraxia Specialist and spoke on the topic 'How do I overcome fear during COVID 19?'.This podcast is funded by Wimbledon Foundation. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

 Dyslexia: Reaching your full potential | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 34:32

In episode 2, we were joined by our guest speaker Duncan Ruby. Duncan is a marketing specialist in helping small retail and service business owners in Surrey and South London make more money using the internet. Duncan wouldn't let his dyslexia condition and homelessness hold him back from reaching his full potential. He also shares how COVID-19 has put more pressure on his work life.Duncan's story with dyslexia is so powerful that we wanted to focus on his homelessness and how he has turned his life around. We want dyslexic people to be inspired by listening to his story, especially during these difficult times. This podcast is funded by Wimbledon Foundation. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

 Dyslexia: How to deal with anxiety during COVID 19 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 28:30

In episode 1, we were joined by our guest speaker Emma Allsopp - (BA (Hons), PGCE MFL, L5 Cert SpLD, FHEA) and the founder of The Enhancer. Emma is a Dyslexia & Dyspraxia Specialist and spoke on the topic 'How to deal with anxiety during COVID 19'.This podcast is funded by Wimbledon Foundation. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

 Dyslexia and wellbeing during COVID19 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3:20

The series of podcasts are funded by Wimbledon foundation which has 8 different topics with professional giving help and support to the dyslexic community.The most vulnerable people with dyslexia who have difficulty reading, writing and accessing services will benefit most and, through podcasts we will reach many more people of all ages across the whole borough of London and beyond. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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