Shae speaks about dyslexia and mental health on Shiftin’ The Script Podcast
Shae interviewed about dyslexia and mental health on shift'n the script podcast


Shae interviewed about dyslexia and mental health on shift'n the script podcast

Recently, Shae was a guest on the Shiftin’ The Script Podcast talking about dyslexia and mental health. Shae shares her personal journey of discovery, resilience, and determination. From the challenges she faced before her diagnosis to the empowerment she experienced through understanding her learning differences, Shae’s story sheds light on the often misunderstood world of dyslexia and dysgraphia. Her founding of the Dear Dyslexic Podcast and Foundation highlights her commitment to creating a platform that elevates dyslexic voices and provides crucial support for those navigating similar challenges.

From anxiety and depression to PTSD and bipolar disorder, Shiftin’ The Script speaks to real, everyday people who have bravely navigated the ups and downs of mental health. Through their personal journeys, they offer hope, encouragement, and inspiration to others who may be struggling. We will also talk to experts who share tools and resources for coping with mental health challenges. Our goal is to reduce the stigma surrounding mental illness and encourage honest conversations.

Listen now as Shiftin’ The Script delves into Shae’s incredible impact and the positive change she’s bringing to the lives of individuals with dyslexia. Her journey of self-discovery and advocacy serves as an inspiration for anyone seeking to embrace their unique abilities and make a difference in the world.

This episode contains sensitive discussions about suicide and mental health challenges. If you find any of this content distressing, seek support: 

  • Life Line on 13 11 14
  • BeyondBlue counsellor on 1300 22 4636

Join our Dear Dyslexic Community on Facebook.  This group has been set up to talk about all things dyslexia, to provide peer support to those who are dyslexic. This is an open, safe forum free from discrimination, but not free from spelling or grammar mistakes!