It is important that children with dyslexia (and their parents) know that they are not alone. Sharing and listening to the stories of our members, we have discovered that there is more than one way to peel a potato - more than one way for a brain to be wired, more than one way to read a book, more than one way to show what you know) and it's great to learn from the experience of others.
While each story is unique, many children and have families have similar experiences trying to achieve understanding and action for their children. We hope these stories raise awareness of the challenges but also provide hope and inspiration!
And we'd love to hear your story!
What has your school experience been (the good, the bad and the ugly)?
When did you find out you had dyslexia?
Who was the person who made a difference to you?
What helped/is helping you to get through and where are you at now?
Who is your inspiration?
What is your strength?
Funny, happy, sad...we know that this journey can bring out all sorts of experiences and emotions and each story is unique.
Video, audio, writing, graphic...it doesn't matter how. Submit your story and go into the draw for a fantastic prize!
Submit your story to
While we think everyone should be loud and proud we do understand that this is not always possible. We're happy to change your name if you'd rather remain anonymous - but we would still love to hear your story!