Dr. Deborah Leveroy - 'Supporting Dyslexia in the Workplace'


Dr. Deborah Leveroy - Supporting Dyslexia in the Workplace


On Tuesday 28th September, Dyslexia Box's very own Deborah Leveroy led a webinar at the Diverse Live: Neurodiversity Digital Focus Day.


Deborah's webinar discussed:

  • Making reasonable workplace adjustments to accommodate those with dyslexia
  • Why every business needs to be ready to provide end-to-end disability support for neurodiverse colleagues
  • Benefits of assistive technology, disability awareness training, workplace strategy coaching and ongoing technical support, and how to get started


You can watch her entire webinar in the video above!

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