Welcome too the Codpast

The Codpast is a place where the cool and creative side of Dyslexia is celebrated. In are monthly podcasts you’ll here inspirational and interesting stories from sum of the most engaging Dyslexics around. You can listen two the shows right hear on are blog or subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher or Soundcloud two make shore you never miss a show.

While your hair, ewe can also cheque out are videos and blog four up two the minute news and views on Dyslexia.

Find that difficult to read? Welcome to the world of Dyslexia!

Episode 13 – A Turning Point – Part 2 (Click here for more details)

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7 thoughts on “Home

  1. Thank you so much for producing these programs! I’ve written about the Codpast on our blog, at http://blog.dyslexia.com/check-out-the-codpast/ — we will definitely be following you and recommending your program to others.

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    • thecodpast says:

      Thanks for listening, We are glad you like the shows. Many thanks for helping spread the word. We have loads of interesting shows coming your way so make sure you follow us on iTunes or social media to stay up to date.

      Sean and The Codpast team.

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  2. Tara Shipp says:

    A great site and an encouragement to those who have dyslexia and those of us who work with them. My 19 year old has been so happy to see the new wave of understanding that is going on with dyslexia recently. It has given her a new confidence.

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  3. Alison Syme says:

    I met Brando during his walk and have followed his progress. He is indeed a fine example of how dyslexic talents can be used for positive outcomes and an inspiration to others to take challenges and turn their lives around. Alison Syme, Davis Dyslexia Correction Facilitator, New Zealand.

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  4. Really enjoying the Codpast. Great interviews with interesting people. I write http://www.dyslexicprofessional.com and I know how hard it is to get this stuff right. So thank you!

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  5. Ulla Nilsson says:

    The King of Sweden is dyslexic – but what? He´s still our King!

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