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Building upon the tremendous success of the Dyslexia Show 2024, we are thrilled to introduce Dyslexia Show Connected, an online event meticulously crafted to provide you with unparalleled access to the talent and expertise that graced the seminars at the Dyslexia Show 2024. Our mission is simple: to empower you with understanding, knowledge, and professional development in the realms of dyslexia, dyscalculia, and broader neurodiversity.

Date: Starting From 25th April,  Online 

Why Attend Dyslexia Show Connected?

Expert Insights: Gain exclusive access to insights and strategies from a stellar lineup of speakers renowned in the fields of dyslexia, dyscalculia, and neurodiversity.

Comprehensive Learning: Whether you are an educator seeking to enhance your teaching methods or a parent aiming to support your child’s learning journey, this event covers a wide range of topics tailored to meet your needs.

Flexibility: We understand the demands of busy schedules. Dyslexia Show Connected offers you the flexibility to attend live sessions or watch recordings at your convenience.

Professional Development: For educators, this event is an invaluable opportunity for Continuing Professional Development (CPD).

Featured Speakers

Dyslexia Show Connected Details 

Event Details


  • Dyslexia Show Connected Evening: Engaging webinars held on Thursday evenings at 7:00 PM, commencing on the 25th of April until May 30th .


  • Dyslexia Show Connected Day: Immerse yourself in two dedicated days of sessions on the 10th and 11th of May, featuring seminars tailored for both education professionals and parents.



  • Individual Sessions Thursday evenings at 7:00 PM
    : £9 each


  • 10th or 11th May Day Tickets: £39 
  • Both Days 10th and 11th May: £69


  • Dyslexia Show Connected Ticket: £129 (Early bird offer: £99 until the 25th of April) includes all Thursday evening and both days 


Thursday Sessions

Arran Smith

Thursday 25th April 7.00pm

Me and My Neurodiversity

This talk will be introduced by our founder Arran Smith where he will talk about his journey of how he was diagnosed with dyslexia and how he copes with his dyslexia and neurodiversity. He will also touch upon how he deals with everyday situations and will give you tips and tricks using technology that he uses on a regular basis.

Parents + Education

Caroline Bateman

Thursday 2nd May 7.00pm

STOP dyslexics underperforming in exams

Dramatically raise exam attainment levels for all students that struggle with literacy by utilising widely available technology.
Most schools already own potentially life-transforming technologies but are not using them to their full advantage. As a result, dyslexic students continue to struggle needlessly.
Learn how to break down barriers to excellence making the curriculum fully accessible. Specifically in the areas of: Reading to learn; writing to be assessed: and working effectively in exams.


Sam Garner

Thursday 9th May 7.00pm

Anxiety & Safety Behaviours – everything you need to know

Join Sam Garner to understand anxiety, the underlying factors and the common types of safety behaviour. Then learn about the types of intervention/support that can help anxiety become more manageable, either used by individuals, families or in the school/workplace.


Jo Rees

Thursday 16th May 7.00pm

Survival to Thrival with Dyslexia: A parents Guide

A parents guide to flipping your child’s dyslexic reality from surviving to thriving.


Friday 10th May

Richard Whitehead

Friday 10th May 9.30am

Test Anxiety With Dyslexia. Causes and solutions.

Many conscientious dyslexic learners suffer from test anxiety. Discover the most common cause and how it can be comprehensively addressed.


Dyscalculia Network

Friday 10th May 10.30am

Dyscalculia Awareness and introduction to maths difficulties – Cat Eadle & Rob Jennings

Provides an understanding of Dyscalculia, what to look out for and to understand the journey through assessment to teaching intervention.


Toni Horn

Friday 10th May 11.30am

Empowering Parents and Guardians to Support Dyslexia at Home

This talk teaches parents practical strategies to support dyslexic children, improving learning, emotional well-being, and confidence.


Dr Helen Ross

Friday 10th May 1.00pm

What do we do with a dyslexia assessment report in school?

In this talk, Dr Ross will outline processes by which private dyslexia assessments may be commissioned and how to link the different elements of those assessment to real-life interventions and support. Dr Ross will discuss the concepts of ‘reasonable adjustments’ for young learners and suggest ways that you can support young people in a cost effective way, which helps to build bridges with learners and their families.


Myle Pilling

Friday 10th May 2.00pm

Encouraging your child to achieve using assistive technology

Doing things differently can be daunting for your child. In this session we demonstrate how to make that change. This session will help you to help your child with practical assistive technology suggestions some free and some not.


Saturday 11th May

Dr Sarah Moseley

Saturday 11th May 10.00am

Empowering Minds through Literacy and the Science of Reading

The session will focus on enhancing understanding of the science of reading and developing practical strategies to support all.


Fintan O’Regan

Saturday 11th May 11.00am

The even more curious case of AdHd and ND

Demystifying AdHd and Neurodivergence and offering a range of systems and strategies for support. Demystifying AdHd and other key Neurodivergent terms including ASC and SpLD. Understanding and Supporting Executive Functioning in terms of supporting learning and behaviour.



Amanda Keen

Saturday 11th May 12.00Pm

Explore how we can reduce maths anxiety

Maths anxiety can have a huge impact on our understanding of maths concepts and our ability to perform arithmetic. This presentation will help you learn how to recognise the signs of anxiety and understand how it impacts our problem-solving skills.


Anne Sheppee

Saturday 11th May 1.30pm

Using Dyslexia Screeners as an Early Identification tool

This session will look at how to effectively use screeners in schools to identify underlying difficulties commonly associated with dyslexia.


Secure Your Spot:

Don’t miss this unparalleled opportunity to expand your knowledge, enhance your professional development, and connect with experts and community members dedicated to advancing understanding and support for dyslexia and neurodiversity. Reserve your place at Dyslexia Show Connected and be part of a transformative experience that promises to empower educators and parents alike in their journey to support neurodiverse individuals.