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Thu 27 Nov 2014
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Wed 12 Nov 2014
Ofqual statistics show an increase in both the number of candidates...
DAW 2014
Thu 6 Nov 2014
Today for Dyslexia Awareness Week (November, 3rd-9th) we look at how...
HRH Visit
Wed 5 Nov 2014
HRH The Countess of Wessex visited Dyslexia Action’s Egham...
DAW 2014
Wed 5 Nov 2014
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Wed 6 Mar 2013
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Don’t forget our fantastic free Book Guide for reluctant and dyslexic readers is available to download! The guide gives ideas of books that might appeal to young people who have dyslexia or are reluctant to read.

We have also included a handy reading hints and tips guide to help get them started.

http://goo.gl/jnp4bQ


Book Guide for reluctant and dyslexic readers | Dyslexia Action
www.dyslexiaaction.org.uk
The more you read, the easier it becomes. But for those who struggle with words, reading is not always fun, and it's easy to lose heart and stop trying. Thats why Dyslexia Action has teamed up with Barrington Stoke to create a book guide.We want to give you ideas that might appeal to young people wh…
28 Nov 2014 - 10:20 · Facebook
Looking to buy an e-reader or tablet this Christmas? With so many on the market its difficult to know which is the right one to go for. This week's Tech Thursday can help!

http://goo.gl/jYpXvu


Tech Thursday: What’s new in e-Readers in 2014: Christmas shopping guide | Dyslexia Action
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Join live free webinar for questions. If you would like to ask questions or find out more, join us for a webinar that explains all the details.Thursday, 11 December, 7pmRegister for a free webinar
27 Nov 2014 - 12:46 · Facebook
Tomorrow our Coventry Learning Centre will be hosting a coffee morning for anyone who would like some advice, guidance or just a friendly chat.

Come and join us from 9 to 11am

http://www.dyslexiaaction.org.uk/content/coventry-centre


Coventry Centre | Dyslexia Action
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Office opening hours:Monday – Thursday 9:00am – 4:30pmPlease enquire about tuition times.We have teaching outposts at Banbury and Dorridge.
26 Nov 2014 - 17:24 · Facebook
Our Tonbridge Learning Centre enjoys successful open day, welcoming people from the community.

http://goo.gl/vQNreK


Dyslexia Action's Tonbridge Learning Centre in the High Street held a free open day providing...
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Members of staff at a learning action centre in Tonbridge have held an open day providing support and advice to those with Dyslexia.
26 Nov 2014 - 09:28 · Facebook
We are proud of our CEA 2014 award winning partnership with KPMG and Shelter.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Fjq8mjKNck


CEA 2014 - KPMG, Shelter & Dyslexia Action V4
25 Nov 2014 - 09:29 · Facebook
Dyslexia Action is looking to talk to students with dyslexia about their experiences at university.

It is particularly interested in the following students who:

• receive reasonable adjustments, as a result of Disability Student Allowance;

• are concerned about the responsibility of support being given to universities for students who have anything less than complex needs;

• are concerned about an associated lack of consistency in support measures and an absence of accountability measures in some universities;

• would have coped better had they had training and access to study materials via assistive technology;

• Have any other ideas on how to improve the university environment for dyslexic students.

Please respond in confidence to Stephanie Anderson at sanderson@dyslexiaaction.org.uk
24 Nov 2014 - 09:30 · Facebook

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