Fish Don’t Climb Trees podcasts sheds light on the ‘gift’ of dyslexia, not the ‘dys’ in dyslexia. The ‘dys’ only means difficulty and we, dyslexics, one-third of the population, have difficulty because we do not learn in the way we are taught. It is time to bring about knowledge and understanding, and hopefully a change in our education system, which in turn, will bring about a cognitive equal opportunity for all. You will hear from dyslexics – corrected and newly aware - teachers, facilitators and parents. Knowledge is power; everyone is learning able and you will soon know how!
Abigail Marshall is a retired lawyer, mother of a dyslexic and the invaluable webmaster for www.dyslexia.com. She is well-read in research about dyslexia and brain research and it is an honour to have her join us.