Volunteer Interview blog post for Dyslexia information Day fifteen

Volunteer interview blog post:

introducing to you a lovely but camera shy volunteer!

Name:

Lisa Lamb

 

Your role at Dyslexia information Day:

Meet and Great or anything else you would like help with.

Are you dyslexic?

No, but I’m special! Language processing issues.

(Eli says: language processing issues can appear and manifest as quite similar to dyslexia, but without phonological difficulties, so Lisa has a really great empathy and understanding with the students she works with, and dyslexia information day visitors.)

In what capacity do you attend Dyslexia information Day 15:

Volunteer

 

Why Get involved with or exhibit at Dyslexia information Day:

It’s informative and I want to support DID to highlight to others what support and encouragement is out there to help them cope with the frustrations they may face.

 

Describe Dyslexia information Day in 10 words or less!:

Friendly, approachable, informative, helpful, inspiring and super!

 

To find out more about Dyslexia information Day you can find us:

on facebook

and

twitter: @DyslexiaInfoDay

DID15 smaller version photo

 

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.