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The How Do I? Blog

The How Do I? Blog

#TakeFiveWith Priscilla Eyles

“I love listening to podcasts, I’m a massive podcast geek and this is why I started one." The creator of the ADHDAndUK podcast, Priscilla Eyles, joins #TakeFiveWith to tell us how she discovered she had ADHD and why she wants to raise awareness about it.

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#TakeFiveWith Alex Manners

"I started my “Autism & Football” campaign last year in order to enhance the experience of Autistic people at football matches." TV and Radio host and Author Alex Manners talks to #TakeFiveWith about his campaign, his first book and why he shares the story of his Asperger’s diagnosis.

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#TakeFiveWith Geri Reid

"I am a visual designer at Lloyd’s Bank, the UK's largest retail bank. I’m currently the UI lead in a design systems team." Geri Reid tells #TakeFiveWith about her passion for her work and why she's become an Accessibility champion.

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#TakeFiveWith Alistair Cohen

"During the research stage where we looked to solve a problem in elderly care, we uncovered a few things that customers needed to make care better for people." For #TakeFiveWith Alistair Cohen discusses how he and his company OnCare came up with the idea for their app for people who work in care and how it gives families peace of mind.

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#TakeFiveWith Robbie Campbell

Before he started writing his PHD Robbie Campbell says: "I’d become more interested in things like styles of learning, neurodiversity, Dyslexia and how information is transmitted and experienced.”

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#TakeFiveWith Stephen Hinde

"If the work the Ufi Trust are doing can inspire more people to adopt new ways of learning more of the time through the stories I tell, then I'm motivated to continue." Stephen Hinde tells #TakeFiveWith about how he champions the Ufi Trust's projects in today’s edition of #TakeFiveWith.

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#TakeFiveWith Bryn Anderson

"I just still find it staggering that despite having gone to school & university to learn about the internet, that accessibility just didn’t come up once." Bryn Anderson of SiteImprove is an accessibility product expert and has a visual impairment, but he hadn’t discovered the accessibility sector until he started working with accessibility products. Read today’s interview to find out more about his accessibility journey.

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