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The Advantages of Dyslexia: Realise your potential by unlocking your talents

So often, people with dyslexia think about the things they find difficult. Indeed the term Specific Learning Difficulties makes everyone think about what is difficult when it comes to dyslexia or indeed any other learning difference.  Experts including David McLoughlin, and ... Read more

Dyslexia Awareness Week Competition

The British Dyslexia Association has launched a competition for children and adults with dyslexia to promote Dyslexia Awareness Week (DAW) which runs from 5th October to 11th October in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. There are two categories this year: Artists ... Read more

Does your boss understand dyslexia?

About Dyslexia offers tailored training for directors, managers and team leaders designed to promote a better understanding of specific learning difficulties and how to manage these in the workplace.  Dyslexia is sometimes referred to as a hidden disability; indeed the ... Read more

What are the myths about dyslexia?

Dyslexia affects adults and children yet the range of support services for adults has always been limited.   However, dyslexia is often a misunderstood condition.   One myth about dyslexia is that it is just a difficulty with reading and spelling.  Whilst some dyslexics do ... Read more

Could assistive technology help you?

TES Special Educational Needs Show 2015 The UKs largest special education needs show will take place 9-10 October at the Business Design Centre in London.  Pre-registration is now possible via the website Read more

Help to create a debate in parliament

Are you a student or the parent or guardian of a student who has had the advantage of the DSA?  Are you perhaps a person with a specific learning difficulty who is hoping to gain Access Arrangements when you study at University?  If so, the proposed changes to DSA will affect ... Read more

Are you a dyslexic writer?

The University of Roehampton is setting up a collaborative, interdisciplinary project to examine the links between creative and dyslexic thinking. The research is looking for writers who are dyslexic and discovering how it affects their writing process. The research will ... Read more

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