Speakers

@ Dyslexia Show 2024

Below you will find the most up to date list of our speakers at Dyslexia Show 2024. You will be able to find out a bit more about the various experts we have coming to speak at the show. You can also filter by demographic so whether your an educator, parent/carer or a dyslexic individual you’ll find what expertise will be on offer for you.

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Annie Hitchman

Annie Hitchman, accredited coach, empowers dyslexics to triumph over negativity. From misunderstanding yourself to self-acceptance, she fosters confidence, guiding them to embrace dyslexia, it's strengths and love their lives.

Qualifications: Accredited Mindset Coach & NLP Practioner

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Annie Hitchman is a transformative force for dyslexic adults, addressing the emotional challenges that dyslexia presents. With a focus on the lasting impact of early struggles, she guides clients to confront and overcome limiting beliefs, fostering a growth mindset. Annie empowers clients aged 20 to 60 to navigate anxiety, overwhelm, and low self-esteem, helping them unlock their most confident selves. By unveiling strengths within dyslexia, she paves the way for a profound shift from self-doubt to self-discovery, ultimately shaping a more resilient and empowered future for those she serves.

Speaking on 16th March in

Room: Room 4 : Individuals
Time: 13:30 - 14:15

Your Emotional Journey with Dyslexia: Self Esteem & Anxiety

Armelle McGeachie

Armelle is the Founder of Girls with Dyslexia, a social presence that was created to produce impactful content for young people who identify as girls and women.

Qualifications: BSc International Business, Level 2 Certificate in SEND

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Armelle is the Founder of Girls with Dyslexia, a social presence that was created to produce impactful content for young people who identify as girls and women. She is also a marketeer, working for a data-tech company based in London. When she’s not working full-time, she works on Girls with Dyslexia and creates content for other brands wishing to boost their DEI profiles.

Speaking on 16th March in

Room: Room 4 : Individuals
Time: 11:00 - 11:45

A Neurodivergent Girl in a Corporate World: Breaking Rules

Graham Huggins

NATTC is passionate about empowering organisations to support their neurodiverse or disabled staff. By focusing on your inclusivity, you can benefit from greater staff retention, productivity, collaboration, recruitment, & profits.

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And we want to help you reach those heights. By working with private and public sector employers of all sizes, we provide you with a complete, end-to-end service. Whether it’s conducting workplace needs assessments, supplying assistive technology & training, workplace coaching and guiding you through the Access to Work process, or raising awareness through training, we show you how you can operate at your very best. Neurodiversity and disability is a rich spectrum. Everyone is an individual who navigates their condition in the best way for them, and what works for one person may not work for another.

Speaking on 16th March in

Room: Room 4 : Individuals
Time: 14:30 - 15:15

Access to Work Demystified

Jannett Morgan

Jannett is a consultant trainer and coach specialising in inclusive leadership. Her mission is to ensure ‘diversity within neurodiversity’ so people from all backgrounds are in the amazing neurodiversity story.

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Jannett Morgan, Director, JM Learning & Skills Jannett is a teacher, trainer, consultant and coach specialising in inclusive leadership. Inspired by her passion, personal and professional experiences, Jannett has supported students and employees with neurodevelopmental ‘hidden differences’, since 1998. During this time, she has delivered over 10,000 hours of support, working part-time as a neurodiversity tutor at several universities and as an independent consultant in the workplace. Considered a thought-leader on the intersection of neurodiversity and race, Jannett is highly sought after for talks and training and a regular speaker at The Dyslexia Show.

Speaking on 16th March in

Room: Room 4 : Individuals
Time: 12:00 - 12:45

All about the Benjamin-Z

Natalie | Dyslexia In Adults

Creating a conversation about adult dyslexia and the unique challenges we face

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Natalie Created Dyslexia in Adults 4 years ago when she was personally struggling with dyslexia in the workplace and since then has grown to have over 100,000 followers on social media and helped thousands understand how to create success with dyslexia at work.

Speaking on 16th March in

Room: Room 4 : Individuals
Time: 10:00 - 10:45

Creating confidence in the workplace.

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