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Fri 23 Jan 2015
On Wednesday 21st January Dyslexia Action and eight of the UK’s...
Thu 22 Jan 2015
Dyslexia Action’s Director of Education and Policy Dr John Rack today...
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Thu 22 Jan 2015
What is Calibre?E-books are still not quite as straightforward to...
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Mon 19 Jan 2015
The dyslexia sector has launched its election action plan for ‘...
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Sat 10 Jan 2015
Research into teachers’ perception of their efficacy highlights a...
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Wed 7 Jan 2015
Congratulations go to two members of the dyslexia sector whose...
Fri 22 Mar 2013
It was only a few months ago that I got my first car.It’s a sensible...
Mon 18 Mar 2013
I’m new to Dyslexia Action. I began my role as Community Fundraising...
Wed 6 Mar 2013
Could parents of children with dyslexia receive personal budgets to...
Mon 4 Mar 2013
I’m sure I’m not the only one who has been shocked by the sudden...
Fri 15 Feb 2013
So you've been assessed and found out that your concerns were real...
Fri 8 Feb 2013
Michael Gove’s climb down over the English Baccalaureate has been...
Have you read our latest leaflet about dyslexia in the workplace and how Dyslexia Action can support your organisation and employees?

Click to download the PDF here: http://goo.gl/T3ntRI


30 Jan 2015 - 09:28 · Facebook
Do you want to know more about dyslexia?

On Tuesday the 3rd of February our Wilmslow Learning Centre will be holding a POP-IN day where you will be able to get advice from our centre staff and browse displays and resources.

There will also be a short presentation by the Centre Principal titled "What is Dyslexia?"

Click the link below for more information.


POP - IN Day at Wilmslow Centre | Dyslexia Action
www.dyslexiaaction.org.uk
Do you want to know more about dyslexia?Why not POP-IN to our Wilmslow Centre where you will be able to get advice from our centre staff and browse displays and resources.There will also be a short presentation by the Centre Principal "What is Dyslexia?"There is no charge for this event.Dates:
29 Jan 2015 - 09:10 · Facebook
The Dyslexia Sector’s Vision for the future

The dyslexia sector has launched its election action plan for Educating, employing and training people with Dyslexia-SpLD


The Dyslexia Sector’s Vision for the Future | Dyslexia Action
www.dyslexiaaction.org.uk
The dyslexia sector has launched its election action plan for ‘Educating, employing and training people with Dyslexia-SpLD for 2020’.Organisations, including Dyslexia Action, that work to improve outcomes for individuals with dyslexia and other specific learning difficulties has produced a manifesto…
28 Jan 2015 - 08:50 · Facebook
On Friday 30th January 2015 our Chelmsford Centre will be busy fundraising with a supermarket bag-packing event at Morrisons Supermarket, Dickens Place, Chelmsford

If you would like to volunteer and donate some time to help us with this event please contact the Centre. Thank you.


Chelmsford Centre | Dyslexia Action
www.dyslexiaaction.org.uk
Please Note: The Chelmsford Centre does not have car parking. The nearest public car parks are at The Riverside Leisure Centre in Victoria Road or the Multi-Storey above the Market in Bellmead.The Chelmsford Centre has been established in the city for over 25 years and has been at its current premi…
27 Jan 2015 - 09:41 · Facebook
Friends star Jennifer Aniston discusses being diagnosed with dyslexia as an adult.

The interview mentions being diagnosed with dyslexia during a routine eye test. Please be aware dyslexia is primarily a problem with word sounds, not a visual difficulty, though for some reading is made easier with tinted lenses.


Jennifer Aniston thought she was stupid until she made this life-changing discovery
www.independent.co.uk
Jennifer Aniston is known for her sharp wit and comedic awareness.
26 Jan 2015 - 11:55 · Facebook
Dyslexia Action are delighted to back a new website to give families more choice in choosing special educational needs services.


Dyslexia Action backs new website to give families more choice in choosing special educational...
www.dyslexiaaction.org.uk
On Wednesday 21st January Dyslexia Action and eight of the UK’s leading disability charities have teamed- up to launch the new SENDirect website.SENDirect is the collaboration of the SEND Consortium, who have been working together for two and a half years to create a ‘Trip Advisor’ type website for…
23 Jan 2015 - 11:36 · Facebook

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