This Weeks Top Dyslexia & Dyscalculia Events


Public Speaking for Neurodiverse people

Looking for work, got an interview coming up, lack confidence or just eager to learn? Come to this interactive public speaking workshop aimed at people with Neurodiversity. If you have dyslexia, autism, dyspraxia, ADHD then you are welcome.

Trainer will be Nat Hawley, a highly experienced public speaker who has spoken at TED X events, with the Queen, Prince Charles, around the world and to world leaders and more.

By the end of the session you will be able to stand up front of the crowd tell your story the way you want to. It is open to anyone who resonates with having dyslexia, autism, ADHD, dyspraxia or any other forms of neurodiversity

Why is it for people with neurodiversity?

A common attribute of people with neurodiversity is that they can sometimes struggle to communicate their skillset in a conventional way, this is why learning how to speak to groups in a way that works for them is the perfect way to grow.

Exceptional Individuals is working in partnership with Go Think Big to provide these skills workshops.

Job seekers will improve how they communicate themselves to the employers and learn how to express themselves in an exciting and engaging way.


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Websites Need To Be More Accessible

Access to information on the internet really can help improve the lives of people globally. Therefore assuring that your website is accessible for everyone is incredibly important. Of course, we can all wait for the multi-sensory internet of the future, but what can we do now to make our websites truly accessible?

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Weekly Roundup: Dyscalculia Facts & ADHD

Dyscalculia Fact 16: Kids very often have both Dyslexia and Dyscalculia. 

Our fact of the week is that children often have both dyslexia and dyscalculia. However, while these learning difficulties can occur at the same time, they are very different learning issues and the connection between them is not yet clear. Research suggests that brain-processes such as slow working memory form a common characteristic in both dyscalculia and dyslexia

Read more about dyscalculia here.

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Weekly Roundup: Dyscalculia Financial Managment & Teaching

Financial Management for Seniors with Dyscalculia

This new post from our dyscalculia blog is a guideline to help seniors with dyscalculia or simply those who struggle with maths when managing their finances. As the article shows that there are a lot of new free tools and apps out there to help you breaking your finances down into simple steps. We hope that this will help you manage your money with ease.

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Financial Management for Seniors with Dyscalculia

Dyscalculia is a specific developmental disorder defined as difficulty acquiring basic arithmetic skills that is not explained by low intelligence or inadequate schooling. Unsurprisingly, many people with this disorder struggle to manage their finances well enough to build wealth. Seniors with dyscalculia face particular challenges. Dyscalculia does not improve without treatment, and seniors were most likely educated without the awareness of development disorders that has begun to penetrate into the school system in the last few decades. Moreover, these days, financial management often requires the use of technology. Seniors are often less familiar with the technological tools needed and dyscalculia makes it difficult to learn. Here are some tips on financial management when living with dyscalculia.

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