Resources

Dyslexia Friendly Style Guide.

To view our Dyslexia Friendly Style Guide, please follow this link

Assistive Technology.

There are many excellent software aids to support dyslexic reading and writing. For information and advice please follow this link to the BDA Technologies website.

Resources for parents.

We have information on a number of useful resources for parents for example on the Helping your Child at Home page of this website.

Information Sheets.

The DoE Leaflet Bridging The Gap - A Guide To Disabled Students Allowance (DSAs) in Higher Education'.

Dyslexia Friendly Schools.

For information on Dyslexia Friendly Schools, please see our Dyslexia Friendly Schools pack for England and the ICT Supplement to the Dyslexia Friendly Schools pack.

For an abridged copy of the BDA Good Practice Guide for schools, please follow this link. For the full version please visit the BDA shop by following this link.

Video resources.

Jo Crawford, one of the British Dyslexia Association's Young Ambassador's has made a video entitled "Are dyslexics at a disadvantage in the education system". The video is suitable for use by all.


Audio.

In honour of Dyslexia Awareness Week 2014, Sally Gardner created this fantastic "flip-flop" version of her poem "Disobey Me" which is available as a free download.


Books on Dyslexia.

The BDA Online Shop offers a wide range of books on dyslexia, some of which are shown below.

General.

Dyslexia and Parents (BDA)

Dyslexia and Co-occurring Difficulties (BDA)

Dyslexia and Useful Technology (BDA)

Dyslexia in the Workplace (BDA)

Dyslexia, Languages and Multilingualism (BDA)

Maths learning difficulties, dyslexia and dyscalculia (BDA)

Music, other Performing Arts and Dyslexia (BDA)

Tips for the Dyslexic Adult (BDA)

For teachers.

Dyslexia in Education: A Guide for Teachers and TAs (BDA)

Dyslexia: Early Identification (BDA)

Online.

The BBC’s Bitesize programme covers French, German and Spanish, from basic levels to GCSE and beyond with forums, practice pages for reading and writing, and even speaking and listening in German. It is worth looking at the grammar section and the vocabulary help. There are links to other helpful web pages to help with reading in the language.