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Dyslexia in the Workplace An Introductory Guide

by Diana Bartlett, Sylvia Moody, Katherine Kindersley

Dyslexia in the Workplace An Introductory Guide Synopsis

The second edition of Dyslexia in the Workplace is a comprehensive guide to how dyslexic adults in employment can improve their skills, and how their employers and other professionals can help. Offers invaluable insights for overcoming obstacles to success, enhancing workplace efficiency and ensuring that dyslexic employees achieve their full potential Written in an accessible style that is perfect for professionals and dyslexic individuals alike Covers related syndromes such as dyspraxia, attention deficit disorder and visual stress Explores the legal obligations and other issues that are important to workplace managers, especially human resources professionals Provides authoritative guidance on recent case law relating to dyslexia

Dyslexia in the Workplace An Introductory Guide Press Reviews

Dyslexia in the workplace is a detailed and comprehensive guide with 5 helpful Appendices. This guide is equally useful for employers, dyslexia professionals and dyslexia workers. (Dyslexia Contact, 3 September 2011) A good book and one I would like to keep on the shelf and will certainly wish to refer to again. (Dyslexia Review, 1 July 2011) This is a well written and thoughtfully structed book, and one which deserves a wide readership. (RoSPA Occupational Safety & Health Journal, 1 February 2011) This book is a must-read for all professionals who work with dyslexic employees as well as to dyslexic employees themselves. I strongly recommend it. (PATOSS Bulletin, Summer 2011) Dyslexia in the WorkplaceA is a very useful guide. Whereas it can be read from cover to cover, the format also allows the reader to dip in and find the parts they want to refer to. It is very clearly set out and its accessibility and explanatory approach make it a reassuring read as well as an enlightening one. Each chapter ends with further reading in the companion volumes for those who wish to find out more. (Dyslexia Review, Summer 2011)

Book Information

ISBN: 9780470683743
Publication date: 30th July 2010
Author: Diana Bartlett, Sylvia Moody, Katherine Kindersley
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell an imprint of John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 328 pages
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About Diana Bartlett, Sylvia Moody, Katherine Kindersley

Diana Bartlett is a psychologist specialising in dyslexia, memory, social skills training, language and learning. She works as a one-to-one trainer and adviser for dyslexic adults in the workplace and in higher education. Sylvia Moody is a clinical psychologist specialising in the assessment of dyslexic adults. She has written award-winning books on dyslexia for teenagers, students and employed adults.

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