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Tipping Points for Adults
May 5, 2023
01:00 PM GMT
Coping mechanisms and strategies often help adults with dyslexia in their day-to-day lives. But the world is rapidly changing and sometimes the lack of support structures can make it difficult for a dyslexic mind to keep up.
Knowing the possible tipping points in adults and why they might happen can be the key to maintaining the advantage – or at least prepare us better for certain situations.
Katrina Cochrane has trained as a Secondary English teacher and then worked for Dyslexia Action and then the BDA latterly as Director of Education. In 2016 she set up Positive Dyslexia Ltd. She has been a member of the BDA Accreditation Board since 2012 and is an APC reviewer and also a Trustee of the Adult Dyslexia Centre.
Join us in our upcoming webinar where Katrina will explore these tipping points and how they might affect us but also how we can adapt to them.
In this webinar you will learn:
What are the possible tipping points for adults and why this might happen?
Support available for adults
Signposting and resources that may help
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About Katrina Cochrane
Katrina trained as a Secondary English teacher and then worked for Dyslexia Action and then the BDA latterly as Director of Education . In 2016 she set up Positive Dyslexia Ltd. She has been a member of the BDA Accreditation Board since 2012 and is an APC reviewer and also a Trustee of the Adult Dyslexia Centre.
About Positive Dyslexia
Positive Dyslexia carries out both pre and post 16 assessments, INSET training for schools and is an OCN London training centre for its L3 course. They also put on Dyslexa and Dyscalculia Conferences and run online Masterclasses.
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