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Maximising achievement for all: being dyslexia wise

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Dyslexia is the specific learning difficulty which has the highest incidence. 10% of the population are dyslexic, 4% severely so. It is incumbent on all those who work in the public arena to have a working knowledge of dyslexia, its manifestations and how its characteristics can impact on the lives of people. It is well documented that what is good practice for dyslexic students is good practice for all students. Any organisation wanting to become dyslexia wise is therefore meeting the needs of the majority of people with whom they come in to contact. This seminar will focus on the importance of being dyslexia wise and will provide practical solutions to becoming dyslexia friendly.

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