How can we support people to do things their way, and to make progess in their learning?
Kenny Logan played rubgy as a winger for Scotland, and you might also have seen his moves on ‘Strictly Come Dancing’. In his recent autobiography – ‘Just for Kicks’ – he writes about the effects that dyslexia has had on him over the years and also how much he gained from getting support.
I have assessed hundreds of people for learning difficulties – including dyslexia, dyscalculia, dyspraxia and dysgraphia. I’ve seen, over the years, how these difficulties have become better understood. I’ve also found that the chances of getting the right support are getting better, from primary school right through to the workplace.