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My List Of Published Articles, Podcasts & Ebooks.


As someone who is neuro-diverse and struggles to concentrate on anything for long, I find myself surprised to start getting articles published alongside all the blog articles that I write.

At present this is a short list but I will add to this as time goes on...

Click here to access the webinar.
I was thrilled to be working with Georgina Smith to present this webinar on assistive technology.  There is simply not enough information out there about technology that can help with studying for young people in secondary education.  I hope that you find it useful.







Click this link and select Podcast 24



My good friend Darius Namdaran interviewed me from Mindmap Studios about my dyslexia experience.  This podcast will be useful for parents who want to understand what is happening for them as they support their child with dyslexia.

Dyslexia Is Our Superpower Podcast By Gibby Booth.  Interview with Parenting & Neurodiversity Coach, John Hicks.



I was interviewed about how dyslexia has affected my family and how I help families who are also touched by dyslexia.

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Working In Collaboration With Your Child's School: Tips On How To Negotiate Support.

January 2018

Page 181

I contributed to the British Dyslexia Association's 'Dyslexia Friendly Schools Good Practice Guide' 2nd Edition with my article about working in collaboration with schools to gain support for one's dyslexic child.  So often the interaction can be very 'them and us' when it should be a joint effort to support the child between parent and school.
My article explores ways to improve the chances of gaining that much needed support.  This will be very useful to parents and copies of this publication can be purchased directly from the British Dyslexia Association by clicking here.




Connect ARU Alumni Magazine - Sept 17

How My Chemistry Degree Lead Me To Supporting Families With Dyslexia. 

September 2017

Anglia Ruskin Alumni Magazine, Connect, gave me an opportunity to share the work that I do.
I am a firm believer in our experiences making us who we are and how we can use those experiences to help others.  I really struggled to complete my Chemistry degree, but that struggle gave me insights into how being neuro-diverse can be a barrier to learning without the right support.

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