dyslexia

81. Abigail Griebelbauer: Neurodiversity meets storytelling

Sue Stockdale talks to Abigail Griebelbauer, who decided to start writing and publishing children’s books. She didn’t see the representation of neurodiversity in books, particularly picture books, while growing up which sparked the idea behind the first book. After teaching for a couple of years, Abigail decided to pursue a dream of living abroad. Though…

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70. Sophie Dow: No mind should be left behind

Sue Stockdale talks to Sophie Dow, a former freelance correspondent, writer, and founder of the Salvesen Mindroom Centre about what happened when she went on a search to discover a diagnosis for her daughter Annie, who had learning difficulties, and how it led to her to starting up a charity. Sophie’s search took her to…

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