Video Based Dyslexia Self-Development Programme Assisting You to Understand & Overcome Dyslexia

Dyslexia in Scotland – A force to be reckoned with!

Scotland is fast becoming a Dyslexia Force to be reckoned with as more and more people from Scotland join Dyslexic Brian’s Membership Site in their efforts to further understand and overcome their dyslexia.

Perhaps one of the reasons we get so many people from Scotland joining this membership site has something to do with Sir Jackie Stewart’s work in raising levels of dyslexia awareness – So a big ‘thank you’ goes out to Sir Jackie Stewart from everyone at Dyslexic Brian.  

Another reason might have something to do with people being able to access the very best in Dyslexia Coaching from the comfort of their own homes.

And, perhaps it also has something to do with the fact that we are a video based membership site that is based on the Dyslexia Self-Development Programme that was created by our co-founder and Senior Dyslexia Coach at Dyslexic Brian, Antonio Farruggia-Bochnak, whilst carrying out his doctoral research on dyslexia.

So what does this membership site have to offer?

Well, as a member of this site you will be sent regular emails and links to videos that coach you – step by step – through the Dyslexia Self-Development Programme. Within the videos Antonio will encourage you to explore your dyslexia, assist you to develop your own unique understanding of dyslexia, and then share with you lots of techniques and exercises to assist you to overcome your dyslexia. 

Click here to request an example of one of the videos that make up the Dyslexia Self-Development Programme.

It would be great to hear from more of our Scottish members and/or followers so if you’re from bonnie wee Scotland then please say hi in the comment box below this video – or why not share some of your thoughts and view about this membership site with us.

'Dyslexia in Scotland – A force to be reckoned with!' have 1 comment

  1. January 23, 2012 @ 3:51 pm John D

    Thanks antono i am proud to be a scotish dislexic


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