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The Dyslexia Association

Sherwood House, 7 Gregory Boulevard, Nottingham, United Kingdom
Non-Profit Organization



The Dyslexia Association is a registered charity providing services and support for Dyslexic people of all ages, their families/carers, educators, employers and the wider community.
Please call our Helpline to see what we can do for you! 0115 924 6888.
About Dyslexia

People with dyslexia think and learn differently from others. They sometimes feel as if their mind is 'differently wired'.

Dyslexic people find it particularly difficult to learn to read, write and/or spell, even though their abilities in other ways may be average or better. They usually also have an unusual pattern of strengths and weaknesses in other areas.

There is no cure for dyslexia but with the right teaching and support, dyslexics can overcome their difficulties and achieve great things.


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Hope you all had a restful Christmas & New Year. It feels so long ago now! Just a reminder that tomorrow is our first Saturday back for tuition and Touch Type Read & Spell.

Great to hear Jo Malone on BBC Radio 2 this morning talking about her dyslexia. Jo thinks that dyslexia has given her the tools for creating her amazing sense of smell and the ability to draw on memories to create her renouned fragrances.

Just a reminder that we will be closed for the festive period from 12pm on Thursday, 22 December until 9:00am on Tuesday, 3 January. We hope you all have a great Christmas.

Workplace support for employees - The Dyslexia Association

On the twelfth day of Christmas, my employer gave to me...... Assistive Technology training from The Dyslexia Association to show my employer what I'm really capable of. * We can provide training on how to use all of the software / hardware recommended in our #12daysofdyslexia

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On the eleventh day of Christmas, my employer gave to me..... ClaroSpeak Plus (iOS only) #12daysofdyslexia We love the capture text by photo function! Take a photo of your document with your phone and ClaroSpeak Plus will read it to you.


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