WEBINAR – Friday 26th March

Adult Dyslexia Assessment and Reports Explained

Are you considering having an adult dyslexia assessment, and want to learn more about the process? Or perhaps develop an understanding of your existing adult dyslexia report in more detail? Join us to get the answers to these and many other questions

Facilitator

Anna Cooper

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Fri, 26th March

12:00 NOON GMT

Community fund

ABOUT US

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The Dyslexia Association of London has been in operation since 1972.[/sayit]

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We believe that dyslexia should not stand as a barrier to success for any person. Many celebrities, entrepreneurs and high-performing individuals have overcome their learning difficulties to achieve their goals.[/sayit]

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We encourage our members to aim high, and offer them resources to unlock their potential through careful promotion of events, support groups and creative opportunities.[/sayit]

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Membership is open to individuals, parents, teachers and to all interested in dyslexia. Members will have access to Adult Dyslexia Support Group meetings and will receive notice of meetings and events.[/sayit]

Support

[sayit lang=”en-GB” speed=”1″]Resources for members living with Dyslexia[/sayit]

Networking

[sayit lang=”en-GB” speed=”1″]Professional networking events to meet like-minded individuals[/sayit]

Case Studies

[sayit lang=”en-GB” speed=”1″]Meet the individuals who defy Dyslexia to achieve success[/sayit]

News

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Join Our Online Membership Group

For an annual membership fee of just £15.00, members will have full access to the Adult Dyslexia Support Membership Group video conference and resources.

Your support enables us to continue to provide a range of projects throughout the year and vital information through our website, social media channels and a support group for anyone who may have been recently diagnosed with dyslexia or who may be struggling at work or higher-level education.

 

London Adult Dyslexia Support Group

The support group has been meeting monthly for almost 25 years. It was set up and is still independently run by Eileen Harwood. Eileen’s intention was to create a safe place for adults with dyslexia to share their experiences of living with dyslexia but also to provide a supportive environment for all those who are looking for help and guidance from the community. There are sometimes guests or speakers who will attend. 

The group meets on the second Tuesday of every month at St James Church, in Piccadilly. No prior registration is required. Anyone who believes they would benefit from the meeting is welcome to join. If you have any queries or would like to be a guest speaker at one of the meetings please contact Eileen Harwood directly or email us at info@dyslexialondon.org

UPCOMING

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Featured

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[sayit lang="en-GB" speed="1"] Dyslexia Events in London[/sayit]

[sayit lang="en-GB" speed="1"]Unfortunately due to circumstances that are out of our control, we are unable to run the Adult Dyslexia Conference this year.[/sayit]

[sayit lang="en-GB" speed="1"]If you need any help or support please email info@dyslexialondon.org with your concerns.[/sayit]

 

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[sayit lang="en-GB" speed="1"]A Useful Dyslexia Handbook for Adults[/sayit]

[sayit lang="en-GB" speed="1"] Review by Omar Gunnoo[/sayit]

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[sayit lang="en-GB" speed="1"]In saying that, the title gives little justice to how incredibly ‘useful’ this ‘hand book’ truly is.[/sayit]

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[sayit lang="en-GB" speed="1"]About Your Donations[/sayit]

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[sayit lang="en-GB" speed="1"]The Adult Dyslexia Support Group runs the second Monday of each month by Eileen Harwood.[/sayit]

[sayit lang="en-GB" speed="1"]We are grateful for all donations, as they ensure that Eileen is able to keep the support group running in the future and provide a safe place for Adult Dyslexics to come for support.[/sayit]