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Cameron J (2014). A Relational Approach to Dyslexia. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.onlinevents.co.uk/a-relational-approach-to-dyslexia-janette-cameron/. [Last Accessed 29/03/2014].
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In this presentation Janette will describe the challenges of having a child in the education system who has dyslexia and her struggle to get the needed resources and understanding. Janette will describe the relational approach that she has developed in this experience and how vital it has been in this journey. She will also describe how this journey has impacted her working life and how her passion has led into campaigning to raise awareness of Dyslexia.
About Janette Cameron
Janette has a son who has dyslexia. She has supported him throughout the Early Years and Primary education system and he is now in secondary education.
Janette is the current Chair of Dyslexia Scotland West Lothian Branch and contributes to the development of nation wide projects.
Janette is employed in a customer facing role in a national organisation and is contributing to raising awareness of Dyslexia.
About Dyslexia Scotland
Our President is former world champion Formula One racing driver Sir Jackie Stewart OBE. Our Vice President is Julia Trotter MBE.
Our Board of Directors is responsible for running the charity. The Chair of the Board is David Shaw. Our Directors are John Andrew, Susie Agnew, Mary-Jane Bird, Fiona Dickinson, Mary Evans, Jim McGregor, David Jones and Mike Gibson.
As of May 2012, we have a team of high profile Ambassadors, notable in various parts of Scottish society, who have signed up to help Dyslexia Scotland raise awareness of the issues faced by people with dyslexia. Click here to read more about our Ambassadors.
Our six members of staff run the charity day to day, led by the Chief Executive Cathy Magee.
The Members’ Representative Council – or 'the Council' for short – advises the Board. It’s made up of representatives from local branches, committees, the Adult Network and the Board. The Chair of the Council is Fiona Dickinson.
We have local branches across Scotland, all run by volunteers.
We also have volunteers, members and supporters who contribute daily to the voice of Dyslexia Scotland.