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Dyslexia Youth Coach – Amy is a Massive Hit with Dyslexic Young People

Dyslexic Brian would like to warmly welcome 11 year old Amy into the team.

Amy and Antonio at Dyslexic Brian's Head Office

Amy is the second young person to join the team as a Dyslexia Youth Coach.

Amy has already created a series of videos that teach us how to memories the alphabet backwards and forwards using her special and easy to learn code – excellent for anyone struggling to learn the alphabet.

Amy’s videos have gone down a treat with our younger members who have been jamming up our inbox asking what Amy will teach them next.

Well the good news is that Amy is in the process of creating several new videos, for all of you iPad users, where she reviews the best Apps for stimulating dyslexic brains – we are really looking forward to watching them.

In the meantime you can contact Amy to pick her brains, ask any questions, or request her to make a specific video for you by emailing her at: Amy@DyslexicBrian.comWELL DONE Amy – you are an inspiration to watch and we are so lucky to have you in the team!

Please share any views or ideas you have about young people becoming Dyslexia Youth Coaches at Dyslexic Brian – we would love to hear them.

Please share any views or ideas you have about young people becoming Dyslexia Youth Coaches at Dyslexic Brian – we would love to hear them.

And/or, if you appreciate the great work that Amy is putting in then please leave her a message in the comment box below.


'Dyslexia Youth Coach – Amy is a Massive Hit with Dyslexic Young People' have 2 comments

  1. March 3, 2012 @ 11:32 pm Kay

    Loved the work Amy is doing. Congrats, and keep up the good work, Amy.
    Check out the blog of another young dyslexic student interested in helping others. “www.bdmtech.blogspot.com”

  2. February 17, 2012 @ 9:49 am goga

    Hi Amy.

    You are doing a great job! I love your videos they are brilliant to watch. :)


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