NFU Scotland | /farming-with-dyslexia.aspx

SAVED: PAGE: ACTIVE AREA:
Agricultural Holdings Brexit Crofting Crops Dairy Environment & Land Use Food Supply Chain Legal Livestock Pigs and PoultrySupport Payments & Grants
Title:
Type ID:
7
Type:
Slider
ID:
50
Active:
True
Parent:
1
Pos:
0
Style:
Title:
Type ID:
1
Type:
Text
ID:
280
Active:
True
Parent:
3
Pos:
0
Style:
Title:
Type ID:
10
Type: ID:
109
Active:
True
Parent:
4
Pos:
0
Style:
Title:
Type ID:
1
Type:
Text
ID:
416
Active:
True
Parent:
1
Pos:
0
Style:
Title:
Type ID:
1
Type:
Text
ID:
1416
Active:
True
Parent:
2
Pos:
0
Style:
Title:
Type ID:
1
Type:
Text
ID:
283
Active:
True
Parent:
3
Pos:
1
Style:
Title:
Type ID:
1
Type:
Text
ID:
279
Active:
True
Parent:
2
Pos:
1
Style:
Title:
Type ID:
1
Type:
Text
ID:
467
Active:
True
Parent:
3
Pos:
2
Style:
Title:
Type ID:
1
Type:
Text
ID:
292
Active:
True
Parent:
3
Pos:
3
Style:
Title:
Type ID:
1
Type:
Text
ID:
281
Active:
True
Parent:
3
Pos:
4
Style:
Title:
Type ID:
1
Type:
Text
ID:
282
Active:
True
Parent:
3
Pos:
5
Style:
Alison McLean
Executive Assistant

T:   0131 472 4025
M:  07775 804717
E:  alison.mclean@nfus.org.uk 

 

In 2014, NFU Scotland launched a campaign to support farmers, crofters and people working in land-based industries with dyslexia.

Figures suggest that dyslexia could be much higher in farming communities than it is in the general population. As farming is an industry that typically involves lots of day-to-day paperwork and form-filling, it is important that help and support is there for those who need it.

We believe that nobody should feel disempowered to further their career in agriculture because of a lack of confidence in their capabilities due to dyslexia.


View a short video on our campaign



Quick Contact

 
 
Which Region do you live in?  
Are you a member of NFU Scotland?  
 
 

This form collects and sends the information supplied to NFU Scotland. You can read our privacy policy for full details on how we protect and manage your data.
  I consent to having NFU Scotland collect the above details.

Address

NFU Scotland
Head Office
Rural Centre - West Mains
Ingliston, Midlothian
EH28 8LT

Tel: 0131 472 4000
Email: info@nfus.org.uk

NFU Mutual Logo

Get the App

NFUS App QR Code

©NFU Scotland • All Rights Reserved • Web design by Big Red DigitalLog in

Close

Contact Us

 

 

 

No Robots:

This form collects and sends the information supplied to NFU Scotland. You can read our privacy policy for full details on how we protect and manage your data.
  I consent to having NFU Scotland collect the above details.