Dyslexia Scotland asked via Twitter: Do you feel comfortable about telling your employer that you have dyslexia?
So would you feel comfortable telling your employer?
I wanted to write to you to thank you for inspiring me at school. My overall experience was very negative and your classes are one of the few things I remember with fondness. After I left school, I went back to college where I was diagnosed as dyslexic. That was the reason I struggled so much in your class, couldn’t keep up with the coursework and only handed in homework once in a blue moon. You predicted I would get a 4 in my Standard Grades, but I walked out with a 1. This was because your lessons were so inspiring and interactive! Read the rest of this entry
I would just like to say a MASSIVE thank you to everyone in the last few days who have read, commented and shared my blog. The amount of positive feedback I have had has been amazing! I really do appreciate it and hearing YOUR stories too! Stay tuned because there is much more on the way. Read the rest of this entry
Hello there! Thank you very much for deciding to read my first blog post on Dyslexia and Me!
My name is Áine (Hannah in English) and I am a 29 year old mature student studying an undergraduate degree in History, Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Studies. I am a big enthusiast of Viking history, I love music (especially metal) and cats… and I am dyslexic.