Breakfast news interview with Mike Styles
The chronicle of cognition – Mike Styles
Hear Mike Styles discuss his insight into the life directions and experiences of dyslexic people, how society’s institutions and systems can count against them and how this might shape the many different directions their life might take.
Te Tuhi is one of Aotearoa New Zealand’s foremost contemporary art spaces and a leader in supporting experimental practice.
Parliamentary Petition: Dyslexia & Neurodiversity in New Zealand
One News New Zealand website article and breakfast TV inverview with Mike Styles, prior to resenting Parliamentary Petition for a Commission of Inquiry into dyslexia & neurodiversity in New Zealand.
Breakfast news interview with Matua Parkinson
Presentation for the british dyslexia assosciation, international conference 2021
Why thinking differently is a strength in the workplace
Mike Styles is a dyslexia consultant, and Dorenda Britten is chief executive of the Britten Institute. The Britten Institute sets out to leverage the creative genius of John Britten – the inventor of the Britten Motorcycle. John had the blessing of having dyslexia.
Our economy could be turbo boosted if we supported adults and children with dyslexia
Support for adults with Dyslexia
Presenting to Dyslexic learners
2018 Diversity works awards - The diversibility Award
Literacy still a challenge for many
Half of our primary industry workers – people who work in farming, agriculture and horticulture – can’t read a newspaper or complicated document.