“I Don’t Know”

“I Don’t Know”

“I don’t know” Saying “I don’t know” has, for many reasons, become something we don’t like to say in society. It connotates shame. There is a silent expectation that we should know, even from a very young age. We should know the answer to that question. We should know...
Dyslexia Q & A with Linda McKillop

Dyslexia Q & A with Linda McKillop

Local literacy legend, Linda McKillop, in partnership with Square Pegs Tasmania Dyslexia Support & Advocacy, is presenting this free Q & A session about all things dyslexia and literacy. This is a fabulous opportunity! Don’t miss it! Register...
Girls’ Night In

Girls’ Night In

Speech pathology is a profession that is 97% female dominated. Yes, you read that correctly!… you didn’t think there were any professions like that left, right? So women’s cancer matters to us. It’s a dark shadow of possibility over the lives...