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Can you see what I mean? by Laorag Hunter

My definition of successful communication is broad. For me, successful communication is communication that works. Simply put, a message “works” when the person I am communicating with gets the meaning I intended. When you hear, read or see something and … Continue reading

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The Same but Different…some thoughts on Autism Awareness by Susan Munro

This is World Autism Awareness Week but what does autism awareness mean? To me it is not only knowing what autism is, but also recognising what we can do as individuals and organisations that makes a real difference to people … Continue reading

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Feel Fabulous in February – Twenty Top Tips (Part 1) by Dr Deborah Gray

The days are starting to feel longer and lighter, but warm and sunny days still feel a long way off. February can be a tough month so here is the first of two blogs sharing top tips for feeling fabulous. … Continue reading

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Communication by Kevin McGinley

Being connected in hospital can make the world of difference. For a number of years Dundee Library and Information Services has been enabling those people who are at risk of becoming digitally excluded get online. I was really impressed by colleagues who … Continue reading

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