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The more responses we get, the more weight that can add to our advocacy campaigns. Have your voice heard in our 2017 Surveys (see page 3).These surveys are an important way for DAI to gather data on the lived experience of people with dyslexia in Ireland today.This provides an important avenue for your voice to be heard.It will also assist DAI in planning our activities, especially in the area of advocacy and campaigning for the current needs of people affected by dyslexia in Ireland.The Dyslexia Association of Ireland is looking to recruit an intern for 6 – 9 months who will join our national office team.This internship will develop your skills and experience in various areas including key work on information provision, awareness raising activities, as well as general office administration.Applicants should hold a Masters-level professional qualification in Educational Psychology, or equivalent.

To complete the survey, please click on the following link: Sp W. The Dyslexia Association of Ireland is continuing to recruit for full and part-time Educational Psychologists to join our team in our national office in Dublin.

We will be using feedback from you our members, young people and adults with dyslexia, our staff, our Board and other partner organisations to inform the development of our new strategic plan.

The survey is anonymous and should take no more than 10-minutes to complete.

Whilst the research seems to offer potential new insights into dyslexia, we recognise that the theory being presented is a very new one.

This should be considered in the context of the vast body of existing research looking at the relationship between visual deficit/difference and dyslexia, research which suggests the relationship is not a strong one; and far less strong to the relationship between dyslexia and phonological deficit.