Dyslexia Awareness Week - 2nd to 8th October
Individuals who suffer from Dyslexia often suffer from reading, writing and spelling difficulties that are not tied to intelligence nor the abilities to learn or retain information.
However, people with dyslexia often think creatively, are good at problem solving and can develop strategies for dealing with issues at work such as timekeeping and organisation.
Those suffering from Dyslexia may also have a mixture of other associated Neurodiversity conditions (Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia, ADHD).
The dyslexia network offers support to individuals, their line managers and anyone in the MoD and Armed Forces with an interest in Neurodiversity can join. Get involved in the discussion on the Defence connect page
where you'll find useful information and ideas along with a network of supportive staff. Useful articles are also posted on the Facebook page
Information can be provided for:
For more information please contact the MOD Dyslexia Network (James Desmond or Eleanor Moss) on 01923 957646 or 0207 807 8772