Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Interview with Fiona Summons

From Australian handwriting professional, Jasmin Martin:

Last year in December, as I was in Australia, Ingrid Seger Woznicki and I interviewed Fiona Summons of the Alison Lawson Centre. She is a specialist in dyslexia and treats children and adults with dyslexia as well as the other 'dyses'. She in particular is a supporter of handwriting being kept on the school curriculum. We interviewed Fiona and a series of videos with the questions has been put together (I will try to do this a little more professionally later) but for now if anyone is interested the videos are on our web site:


You can watch all of them in sequence by clicking on the link above. The question posed and which she answers is in the title of the video.

1 comment:

  1. I'm a dyslexic who has a history of reversing at least as much in cursive as in manuscript. What would have helped?