It was my total honour to sponsor and present the winners trophy for the 2017 Business for Children Awards – Educational Business for Young People Award to HeadStart founder Rhian Hickey at the 2017 awards ceremony on Saturday 11th March 2017, at the Park Inn...
http://www.theddc.org.uk/ddc/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/Dyslexia-film-voice-file.mp3 Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) who were finalists for the Best Supportive Employer Award, at the 2016 Dyslexia Awards, have released a film to encourage and raise dyslexia...
International Women’s Day 2017 blog http://www.theddc.org.uk/ddc/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/International-Womens-Day-2017-blog-voice-file-read-by-Elizabeth-Wilkinson.mp3 Did you know that today, March 8th is international Women’s Day? The hastags for...
http://www.theddc.org.uk/ddc/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/International-Dyslexia-Conference-coming-to-Telford-22.02.17.mp3 The BDA International Dyslexia Conference is coming to Telford! It is with great delight that we can now share the news with you that in...
Dyslexia information Day 16 Guest Blog: Katie Woodland Company: Woodland Psychological Services Ltd What does your company do? Independent mental health service empowering and educating people through mental health difficulties. We have a track record of delivering...
Businesses across Shropshire are joining forces to support what can only be called a unique event, The Dyslexia Awards. The Awards are the brainchild of Elizabeth (Eli) Wilkinson, from Telford. Eli said “the Dyslexia Awards have always been something I’ve wanted to...
Choosing Eli as someone to support us through our child's educational 'molehills' has been a positive, supportive process. She has a wealth of advice, experience and contacts to help us. The knowledge gained through Eli has given us the power to hold schools to account in their practice to help ensure the best possible outcomes for our child. Thank you EliTeacher of the Deaf
...this morning was really informative...the other parents said they gained a lot from it...fantastically well done!parent
Xcellent way of learning to help(family cope with dyslexia
As someone who has never had a problem with reading and spelling it was a great surprise to learn my son was dyslexic having been diagnosed in his 40s. It became clear, the answer to the question several senior school teachers asked us. 'Why can't David do as well as his younger brothrt'. My gra ndaughter and her mum have gained so much with help off Eli, the dyslexic dyslexia teacher. Thank you so much for your help in giving my granddaughter confidence.
Without the support of my tutor, my dyslexia would still be a taboo subject but thanks to Eli I am shining and I’m not afraid to progress and explore new things. October 2015Administration Support Officer
Helped me achieve
. . . Just wanted to let you know I have been accepted to study Paramedic Science at University, Wouldn’t have been able to get this far without your help . . . thank you for everything :)
It was lovely to meet you . . . Thank you for the wise words and the support you offered . . . I got the book and am finding it very interesting! :-)
Changed my life
. . . you have changed my life for the better and allowed me to read those strange papery thingies covered in black wibbely lines . . .WEAWebsite