SID Project

Benefits of employing dyslexic people

SID Trustee and volunteer Colin writes his thoughts on the benefits on employing dyslexia employees

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Our new home

After 5 years of working mobile across the City we found a home in The Next Steps centre, opened by the mayor and mayoress of Sunderland David and Dianne Snowden. We are now part of a network of services offering support to adults who experience barriers related to NeuroDiverse conditions. 

Here our volunteer and trustee Colin giving a demonstration of the pioneering assistive technology we teach to overcome barriers of dyslexia. Voice-activated software removes barriers such as poor literacy and spelling. 

 

 

SID’s Short Story Competition

Following the launch of Sunderland City Digital Inclusion to acknowledging the important role of digital inclusion for people with Dyslexia. SID worked in partnership with Sunderland Libraries Services and introduced a Dyslexia Friendly Short Story Competition open to all residents of Sunderland.

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SID Project

SID, is a charity that promotes social inclusion for people with Dyslexia, based in Sunderand.  People with dyslexia face social exclusion in their lives every day, in work, in education, in training, in the home. Barriers that exclude them, causing stress and shame and ultimately prevent them from taking opportunities to work and learn. However with the right support people can achieve and reach their potential.

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SID Project Featured in Sunderland Echo

SID Project was recently featured in the Sunderland Echo. Click here to view the full article on the Sunderland Magazine.

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SID Project Featured in Sunderland Magazine

SID Project was recently featured in the Sunderland Magazine. Click here to view the full article on the Sunderland Magazine.

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