October 4, 2017
Finding a job is hard. Deciding that your current work or workplace need change is difficult. For everyone. But people with developmental difficulties can find these challenges even harder than others. Not only the application process poses many difficulties, such as writing a CV or statement of motivation, interviews or assessments – it is often already hard to identify a job you and skills fit into well. The following tips, strategies and resources may be helpful in navigating the complicated field of looking for jobs, making a career change and finding work.
June 14, 2017
Come and gain some practise and experience in living independently in halls so you can start uni with confidence!
The Dyscovery Centre is hosting a short residential summer workshop this year to help new students have a good start into their time at university.
Thursday, 31st of August – Friday, 1st of September 2017
For young adults aged 18 or over with ASD/Dyspraxia/Dyslexia/ADHD/Tourette’s. The group will cater for all skill levels; you can’t be too good or not good enough!
November 30, 2016
Many people with dyslexia are very intelligent, creative, have great ideas, and can see the bigger picture where others panic about details. But dyslexia does bring some difficulties for work. It is often expected of employees to write reports, communicate within the company or even customers via email or other written text, and be able to read quickly and correctly understand information from only glancing at a text. This can be hard.