Dyslexia campaigner interviewed on BBC radio

Dyslexia campaigner and author Karl de Leeuw has been interviewed on BBC radio about his plans for the world’s first International Celebration of Dyslexia event.

Karl, author of The Dyslexia Code, spoke to presenter Simon Parkin on BBC Radio Somerset about the ICD and how he hopes it will help change society’s negative perceptions of dyslexia.

Karl, who is dyslexic himself and who has a daughter with the condition, told listeners that he was reaching out to famous dyslexics including Sir Richard Branson to try and enlist their support for the event, which could take place next August in Birmingham.

You can currently listen to the interview on the BBC Sounds website here (from 1:37:08).

You can learn more about the ICD on the official website.

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