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Jobs for Dyslexics | Landscape Designer – Ashley D Penn

By | June 13th, 2017|Blog Posts, Working Life|

As dyslexics we are often told that there are some jobs that we are just not suited to, or that our unique challenges may make certain professions no go areas. We at The Codpast [...]

Jobs for Dyslexics | Comedian – Nina G

By | February 28th, 2017|Blog Posts, Working Life|

As dyslexics we are often told that there are some jobs that we are just not suited to, or that our unique challenges may make certain professions no go areas. We at The Codpast [...]

Jobs for Dyslexics | Actor – Phil Duguid-McQuillan

By | January 26th, 2017|Working Life|

As dyslexics we are often told that there are some jobs that we are just not suited to, or that our unique challenges may make certain professions no go areas. We at The Codpast [...]

Five Mistakes I Made in Business as a Dyslexic Entrepreneur

By | January 24th, 2017|Listmania, Working Life|

Being Dyslexic is hard enough when you’ve got a job, but what about when you’re setting up and running a business? You’ve got to deal with everything from writing professional emails to making sure your accounts [...]

Jobs for Dyslexics | Veterinary Surgeon – Judy Puddifoot

By | September 8th, 2016|Working Life|

As dyslexics we are often told that there are some jobs that we are just not suited to, or that our unique challenges may make certain professions no go areas. We at The Codpast [...]

Jobs for Dyslexics | Press Officer – Anja Dembina

By | June 21st, 2016|Working Life|

As dyslexics we are often told that there are some jobs that we are just not suited to, or that our unique challenges may make certain professions no go areas. We at The Codpast are having [...]

True Stories | Red Pen Scars

By | June 7th, 2016|Art & Entertainment, Student Life, Working Life|

My self-esteem and confidence had taken a pounding from a young age as the red pen marks made permanent scars. Although I survived it, School was not easy for me. Enduring constant put downs for bad [...]

MindNode | Versatile Mobile Mind Mapping On The Go

By | May 5th, 2016|Assistive Tech, Help and Advice, Student Life, Working Life|

As an Assistive Technology tutor, I’m familiar with most of the popular Mind Mapping programmes available for desktop Mac’s and PC’s. I’d never looked at using a mobile Mind Mapping app as I couldn’t imagine planning [...]

A Beginners Guide to Text-to-speech Software

By | April 19th, 2016|Assistive Tech, Student Life, Videos, Working Life|

For anyone grappling with text based tasks, Text-to-speech software can massively improve your speed and accuracy. This video gives an overview of how Text-to-speech works and demos of some of the most common features that come [...]

4 Skills Dyslexics Should Excel at in Future Job Markets

By | March 17th, 2016|Listmania, Student Life, Working Life|

Gone are the days when you had one job for life. With the evolution of technology and prominence of new players in global commerce, in the future jobs market, skills that once guaranteed your CV pride [...]

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