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  • Published: 30 November 2012
  • ISBN: 9781448175321
  • Imprint: Ebury Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 208

Dyslexia: How to survive and succeed at work




The essential guide for all those struggling with dyslexia or dyspraxia in the workplace

Dyslexic people face many problems in the workplace: difficulties with reading and writing, memory, organisation and time management, and a recent TUC report on dyslexia in the workplace estimates that 3 million people are affected.

Dyslexia: How to survive and succeed at work is written by a leading expert in the field for people of all backgrounds and abilities and will help you to master complex organisational skills, deal with a large workload and cope with the demands of deadlines. It also shows how to improve confidence, deal with stress, and build on the creative talent that many dyslexics possess.

Dyslexia: How to survive and succeed at work:
- Explains what dyslexic and dyspraxic difficulties are
- Describes how they affect workplace efficiency
- Offers strategies to manage dyslexic difficulties and reduce their adverse effect on work efficiency
- Provides information about ways in which employers can help dyslexic employees

  • Pub date: 30 November 2012
  • ISBN: 9781448175321
  • Imprint: Ebury Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 208

About the Author

Sylvia Moody

Dr Sylvia Moody has a PhD in Psychology, a diploma in Clinical Psychology and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. She runs the Dyslexia Assessment Service in London. She has written children's books and is co-author of Dyslexia in the Workplace (Whurr Publishers, The Dyslexia Adults Link Book of the Year 2000).

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Praise for Dyslexia: How to survive and succeed at work

“a comprehensive exploration of ways to improve skills...written in an accessible, informal style”

Dyslexia Review

“a gem of a book, just what was needed”

Katherine Kindersley, Dyslexia Teaching Centre

“This most affordable guide fills a gap we have long been waiting for and is highly recommended, not only for use by adult dyslexics/dyspraxics, but also their employers, line managers, colleagues, tutors, family and friends. In fact, all those who are dealing with dyslexic/dyspraxic adults on a daily basis”

Eleanor May-Brenneker, Dyslexia Consultant

“...provides good advice, tips and strategies to compensate for literacy, organisational, emotional, and communication difficulties in the workplace”

Dyslexia Contact

“a particularly thorough guide”

Library Journal


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