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If you have any concerns or would simply like to discuss the options available to you, you may find our free 30 minute advice sessions useful. 

Each Dyslexia Action Learning Centre provides these sessions for parents, adults, educators and employers to ensure that we can support you in the most appropriate way possible. 

The sessions can either take place in our Learning Centres or over the phone and can be booked by contacting your nearest Learning Centre.

The Learning Centres also hold a number of drop-in sessions and open days to provide advice and information alongside answering any questions or concerns you may have. Find out what is happening in your local area. 


Abagail’s Story

Abagail was assessed by Dyslexia Action when she was 7 years old. She is now 12 and has been having lessons at Dyslexia Action Nottingham, since she was diagnosed.

“When I was assessed, and they told me I was dyslexic, I felt like it was something new; a new thing that been made up, because no one had told me about dyslexia before."

Dyslexia is a specific learning difficulty. Learn about what it is and how it’s recognised in the law.

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