YouTube is a great resource for dyslexics and non-dyslexics alike, whether it’s educational content on how to use the new software package you just downloaded or interviews with like-minded people.

YouTube is great, particularly when you are a visual learner. I spent quite a lot of time at University using Khan Academy to brush up my calculus.

Find a channel suit your learning style particularly good visuals and you’re off to the races!

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Turn off the spell checker… temporarily

When word-processing a long document, turn the spellchecker off at the start. This may seem counter-intuitive, however, it frees you from the ‘red squiggle of doom’ and allows you to simply form your words on paper and focus on recording your fabulous ideas.