Why become a member?
The British Dyslexia Association is the voice for the 10% percent of the population that suffer from dyslexia. Become a member to help create a better future for that 10%.
What you receive for your Individual Membership.
- One copy of Dyslexia Contact magazine, 3 times per year
- The new Dyslexia Practitioners Supplement in Contact Magazine
- E-newsletter 3 times per year
- Discount on BDA conferences †
- Discount on BDA open training events †
- Consultation on key policy issues
- A special discounted price for the Dyslexia Journal
- Includes membership to your Local Dyslexia Association ††
- BDA Voting rights
- Invitation to the BDA AGM and Members Day
- Representation on BDA Management Board
The Dyslexia Handbook published by the BDA costing £10.
Costing only £38 (incl. VAT)
Student Membership Costing £25 (incl. VAT)
Overseas Individual Membership: The BDA welcomes members from abroad
‘Overseas Residents: Please add £15 to the membership fee required (see available options above), for the cost of post and packaging..’
All credit card transactions include a £2.50 administration charge.
Dyslexia Contact is the official magazine of the British Dyslexia Association (BDA). Published by the BDA three times a year, Dyslexia Contact is available exclusively to members of the organisation. Dyslexia Contact is a lively, visual publication written in a dyslexia-friendly style that aims to provide impartial, practical information and advice for getting the best out of Dyslexia. It is suitable for all with an interest in Dyslexia including dyslexic people, parents, professionals and organisations.
£55 for 4 issues per year
International Research and Practice. This is a special discounted price and is only available in conjunction with the above membership. Dyslexia Journal is edited by: Dr J B Talcott Impact Factor: 1.176 ISI Journal Citation Reports Ranking: 2009: 14/29 (Education Special); 16/44 (Psychology Educational); 23/52 (Rehabilitation (Social Science) http://www.interscience.wiley.com/journal/dys to sign up for email alerts of the tables of contents of Dyslexia as soon as a new issue becomes available online.
Or simply send a completed application form to Membership Office, BDA, Unit 8, Bracknell Beeches, Old Bracknell Lane, Bracknell, RG12 7BW.
Key † Student membership does not include discount on conferences and Training events †† Subject to Local Dyslexia Association
Or contact the BDA direct:
Tel: 0845 251 9003 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org