Saturday, November 18, 2017

Dyslexia Information and Facts

Dyslexia is a reading disability, sometimes called word blindness and mainly affect reading and spelling. A person diagnosed with dyslexia would medically have the condition of being a dyslexic. The websites listed in this section of the Ableize disability directory are designed to offer you information, support contacts and details of local groups and social activities for people with dyslexia as well as offering educational resources for parents with children with dyslexia.

Please browse through the sites below and click the title of any of the sites to enter their individual dyslexia resource for more information, online tests, local groups and contact details.
 

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Arts Dyslexia Trust

A site dedicated to encouraging the artistic qualities of children with dyslexia to discover their potential within the arts.

Being Dyslexic

Offers dyslexia information for adults and children with a check list test to identfy if you are dyslexic.

Bristol Dyslexia Centre

Offers a variety of information and facts concerning dyslexia. Includes online tests, related links and shopping.

Dyslexia Action

A national charity and UK leading provider of services and support for people with dyslexia and literacy difficulties. Specialists in assessment and tuition, and the largest supplier of teacher training in this field. Services are available from 26 centres around the country.

Dyslexia Research Trust

Based within Oxford University providing research services and facilities with donation details and information about their findings.

Dyslexia Scotland

Providing information, educational resources and details of a national helpline for people with dyslexia in Scotland.

HADC Dyslexia

Located in Farnham, Surrey providing courses and workshops to assist adults and children with dyslexia as well as providing support and assessments.

Miles Dyslexia Centre

A centre for assessment, support and research of all matters surrounding dyslexia located in Bangor University, Wales. Read publications along with details of students support, news and information about the University courses.

NHS Choices: Dyslexia

An introduction to dyslexia with video clips, frequently asked questions and a range of useful related website links.

The British Dyslexia Association

The official British body providing dyslexia information and facts, training details and events. Includes details of SEN education.

The Dyslexia-SpLD Trust

A trust founded by the Department of Education providing information and resources for schools and parents to assist the educational needs of children with dyslexia. Includes publications and contact details along with events information.

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