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Dyslexia charity welcomes new business sign-up

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It joins a cohort of businesses eager to demonstrate their commitment to dyslexia inclusion in Scotland’s workplaces

Dyslexia Scotland has welcomed a new organisational member., which provides support of early career development for all young people, has become the latest organisation to gain Dyslexia Scotland Organisational Membership in February 2023. 

It joins a cohort of businesses eager to demonstrate their commitment to dyslexia inclusion in Scotland’s workplaces. 

Dyslexia Scotland Organisational Membership is a key strand of the charity’s strategy for a Dyslexia Friendly Scotland.

The initiative provides a channel for Scottish business to promote dyslexia-friendly practices and provides the charity with a source of sustainable income, helping it fulfil its ambition for Scotland to be a dyslexia-friendly society. 

Cathy Magee, chief executive of Dyslexia Scotland, said: “We’re delighted to welcome Early Careers as our latest organisational member. Their goal to ensure all young people are supported to fulfil their career potential is a critical part of our own mission to build a dyslexia-friendly country.” 

Aaron Vaughan, managing director at Early Careers Ltd, said: “We know that around one in 10 of the people we work with at will be dyslexic and so we are working towards a greater understanding of dyslexia in all parts of our business and service offer. We are proud to be members of Dyslexia Scotland.” 

Dyslexia Scotland invites other socially-conscious business leaders who support the charity’s vision for a more inclusive Scotland to apply to become organisational members.