Talking about Dyslexia, Curiosity, Creativity and Empathy

Interview with Dr Emma Jefferies

Dr Emma Jefferies on the TalkWise Podcast

Episode Description

Strings of words arranged in meaningful patterns are central to human communication, so how is the sharing of understanding through the medium of words affected by dyslexia? In this episode we talk to designer, consultant and author, Dr Emma Jefferies, about how she overcomes the difficulties posed by her own dyslexia and uses it in her life and work to generate curiosity, creativity and empathy.

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