Friday, 12 August 2011

Dyslexia Scotland needs tell your story

Dyslexia and Us

Dyslexia Scotland and its President, Sir Jackie Stewart, are looking for your personal story to be included in a unique publication called ‘Dyslexia and Us’. The publication will be an insight into individual difficulties and advantages of dyslexia.
So far contributions include celebrities, children, mothers, job seekers, a police officer, offenders and more. If you have any connection to dyslexia, Dyslexia Scotland wants to hear from you.
It may be difficult for some people to write their story and if so it can be dictated over the phone, or recorded, but Dyslexia Scotland wants to hear it just as it is. We do not mind about spelling or grammar, we want to hear your story told from the heart. Even just a paragraph or two, up to a maximum of 600 words (no more than 1 page).
Whether you are an adult or a child, dyslexic or a parent or sibling, a teacher, a friend or a grandparent, a doctor or an employer...whatever your background, Dyslexia Scotland wants your story. This is an opportunity for you to tell your personal story knowing that it will be anonymous. 
Please send your story to or to Dyslexia Scotland, Stirling Business Centre, Wellgreen, Stirling, FK8 2DZ or phone 01786 446650.
The deadline is 31st August 2011, so please don’t delay, send it off today. 

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