Over the past few years, there has been a big change in how we look at Neurodivergence, with a lot open discussions and research around the variations that fit into the Neurodivergence "box".

Jennifer Hodgson sent me an article by the World Economic Forum, said "People with dyslexia have ‘enhanced abilities’, according to a new study".

Now, what I want to know is; how are we as humans that deem intelligence on exam results and uni degrees, going to support and help people who have enhanced "discovery, invention and creativity."

I left school with a PE GCSE and was written off by teachers, peers, friends and family. School didn't cater or help to me trying achieve anything in later life, rather it set me back and me feel surplus to wider world.

I love that academics study and conduct research, but we need to support the future of discovery, invention and creativity, it is not a one size fits all program.

I have some ideas and I have some goals I want to achieve around this, not just for dyslexics, but for anyone who doesn't fit the "system". If anyone else has some ideas and wants to try and make a change with me, get in touch!