Services

Information

About dyslexia and related issues. Available through website, social media pages, information packs, by calling our helpline or face-to-face in the community.

Advice

Available via our helpline, face-to-face appointment, email or at public events. For general enquiries about dyslexia or specific advice on education, employment and day to day life.

Testing

A screening tells you the likelihood of dyslexia being present; just as importantly, it shows your strengths and weaknesses. From these it can offer recommendations for management and the development of skills.

Full diagnostic assessments generally state whether or not dyslexia is present. They give a more detailed profile of your strengths and weaknesses and offer in-depth recommendations for its management and the development of skills. Typically this test is required to access dyslexia support at university.

Tuition

Children's tuition for those aged 18 and under is available in English and Mathematics. Sessions are delivered by a dyslexia specialist, qualified to produce and deliver a training programme tailored to the individual needs of each learner. This can be on a 1-to-1 basis, or small group (just ask us about our Heads Up programme).

Adults' tuition for those aged over 18 is available in English, Mathematics and ICT. Sessions are delivered by a dyslexia specialist, who will design and deliver a training programme to suit individual needs whether this has an education, employment or day-to-day living focus.

Training

Dyslexia Awareness workshops and courses are available for adults with dyslexia, parents, carers, teachers, TAs, SENCOs, School Governors, employers or anyone with an interest in dyslexia. These can be written according to individual requirements alternatively, generic dyslexia awareness training is available:

  • half day session
  • full day
  • 10 week course
  • school inset days