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Let’s talk about… dyslexia

Event organised by Benevolent Fund

02 October 2024
12:30 - 13:00 BST (GMT+1)
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It is thought that 10% of the population is dyslexic. Despite this, dyslexia is not widely understood with many people not gaining access to the support that would benefit them.

This webinar aims to highlight dyslexia and explore the impact of dyslexia on people living with it, and the support that might be available to them.

During this webinar, delegates will explore:

  • What is dyslexia?
  • Positive dyslexia
  • Understanding dyslexia
  • Insight into what it feels like to be dyslexic
  • Indicators of dyslexia in both children and adults
  • Potential strengths and challenges in the workplace
  • What support is out there?

For further information, please contact the ICE Benevolent Fund at [email protected] or call 01444 417 979.

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12:30 - 12:35

Introduction from Sarah Mason-Parker, casework and communications executive, ICE Ben Fund

12:35 - 12:55

Presentation from Amanda Hornby, onsite trainer, British Dyslexia Association

12:55 - 13:00

Q&A, Amanda Hornby, facilitated by Sarah Mason-Parker, ICE Ben Fund


Amanda Hornby

Amanda Hornby

British Dyslexia Association

Onsite trainer

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Amanda Hornby

Since 2009, Amanda has been employed in the education sector, primarily focusing on secondary students with special needs.

She holds the title of a qualified specialist dyslexia tutor and is authorised to conduct assessments for exam access arrangements and visual discomfort screening.

Additionally, she has received training for her Assessor Practising Certificate.

Currently, she serves as the onsite training professional at the British Dyslexia Association, where she provides tailored training to various workplaces and educational institutions.

For more information please contact:

ICE Benevolent Fund Team