Address: 
Rooms 14 and 20
39 Napiershall Street
Glasgow
G20 6EZ
United Kingdom
Phone: 
0141 334 4549

College students and potential students with dyslexia and dyslexia type tendencies - Don't forget to sign up for our free 10 week skills course starting March 14th and running every Tuesday from 10am - 12pm.  More details here.

Talk to our friendly Glasgow team

Glasgow Team

Directions to Glasgow Learning Centre and printable version of the map.pdf

Our team at The Dyslexia Action Glasgow Centre offers Free advice sessions, give us a call on 0141 334 4549 to talk to us about how we can help you, your child, your organisation or your educational establishment with dyslexia, literacy and numeracy and specific learning difficulty needs. We are also running Free Literacy Catch-up Clubs in conjunction with local libraries and Glasgow Life for parents and children and for adults who need help with literacy skills.

Ask us about how you can attend one of our FREE catch-up clubs.

We offer a range of services:

For individuals - 

  • Free advice sessions with a specialist in dyslexia and learning difficulties to discuss difficulties and options
  • Assessments for children, young people and adults - from screenings to diagnoses
  • Tuition for all ages focussing on dyslexia, literacy and numeracy difficulties - on an individual or group basis to help develop skills, learning strategies and coping mechanisms
  • Distance-based learning for those not located near enough to the Glasgow area through online tuition via our Dyslexia Action Online Teaching or Skype
  • Holiday clubs and specific courses to help children of all ages progress
  •  Literacy Catch-up Clubs - Free regular clubs for adults and children to help improve literacy skills, run in conjunction with local Glasgow libraries and Glasgow Life

For educators - 

  • Assessment and tuition - group or individual, for pupils and students at primary, secondary and HE/FE establishments delivered onsite at your educational establishment, at our Glasgow Learning Centre or online for distance learning needs
  • School literacy improvement projects - to help pupils improve literacy skills and to train staff in multi-sensory dyslexia-friendly teaching strategies to offer inclusive learning (often funded by local trusts)
  • Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for teaching staff and assistants - through online courses or delivered onsite at your school inset days
  • Dyslexia Awareness Sessions for staff and parents
  • Help with Exam Access Arrangements 

 

For companies - 

  • Work place consultations and coaching for employees affected by dyslexia and specific learning difficulties to identify areas of difficulty and advise on coping strategies
  • Work place consultancy services - to ensure you are meeting your obligations for reasonable adjustments in the work place and advice on working processes to ensure you offer an inclusive working environment for those with hidden disabilities
  • Awareness sessions for staff - to help develop understanding around dyslexia and specific learning difficulties

We also work with Dyslexia Scotland, which offers a number of services including a ‘Careers Adviser Support Service’. The service supports individuals with dyslexia, living in Scotland, with their job search, application process and interview technique. To find out more download the Dyslexia Scotland leaflet.

Office Opening Hours: 

Monday-Friday 9.00am-5.00pm