Dyslexia information Day volunteer Blog interview

Introducing you to one of your longest serving Dyslexia information Day (DiD) volunteers:

Katie DiD 11Name: Katie Mckeown

 

Your role at Dyslexia information Day: Support and general helper

 

Are you dyslexic? Yes

 

In what capacity are you attending Dyslexia information Day 15: Volunteer.

DiD founder Eli says: Katie will be at DiD as a local Inspirational Guest Exhibitor – helping to promote the Dyslexia Awards

and as a general volunteer to help and support visitors.

 

Why Get involved with or exhibit at Dyslexia information Day:

Because I have helped at every single one!

DiD founder Eli says: Katie is part of the fixtures and fittings 🙂 she embodies what Dyslexia information Day is all about, celebrating success!

 

Describe Dyslexia information Day in 10 words or less!:

The most helpful and supportive information to help you and to make you know you are not alone.

 

Katie has been nominated for the 2016 Dyslexia Awards: Outstanding Personal Achievement Award

By Elizabeth Wilkinson

Since entering the field of dyslexia back in 2000, Elizabeth Wilkinson – aka The Dyslexic Dyslexia Consultant – has provided support for over 2200 people, including businesses, families, and educators.