I had discovered my dyslexia when i was at uni, 8 years ago.
Sadly it was too little too late and dropped out of the last year of my post grad architecture.
I didn't have the essential training that dyslexics should have to cope better and now I'm inventing my own coping mechanisms right or wrong.
i have been in jobs earning up to £35k but sadly when they realise that i am dyslexic they don't continue passed the trial period.
this is a worrying fact for many dyslexics, who are capable (with adjustments) but somehow at the last day of the work trial are not good enough.
how can I secure my role in positions like this and get work assessments without being kicked out at the 11th hour?
or should i just get a job in a fishmonger.
What is the golden procedure to follow to guarantee that employer don't just hire you for 3 months shy a day?
When should i ask for a work assessment?
When should i tell an employer imm dyslexic?
Is their a better way to be assessed for work that going through ESA?