The BDA Tutor and Assessor Search
A new searchable Tutor and Assessor List is planned for launch in late March 2017. Thank you for your patience.
Children Will Shine After School Workshops
The BDA runs several after school workshops for children with Dyslexia/Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLDs) to find out more follow this link.
The British Dyslexia Association are able to offer diagnostic assessments for children. A diagnostic assessment is intended to confirm whether an individual has dyslexia or not. It provides a confirmed diagnosis of dyslexia, as well as a clearer picture of the young person's strengths and weaknesses and their individual cognitive profile. For more information such as prices, booking form and an information sheet, please follow this link.
B.D.A. eLearning and Resources for Parents
The B.D.A. eLearning site (www.bdaelearning.org.uk) offers a number of online training courses and free resources that may be of interest to parents. These include, amongst others:
- “Fundamentals of Dyslexia Awareness” – an introductory online module exploring what dyslexia is, the processing differences within the brain and how this translates into the unique strengths, difficulties and patterns of behaviour that we see in dyslexic individuals.
- “Fundamentals of Dyslexia Support” – following on from the Awareness module, this module identifies some of the more common areas of difficulty and some practical solutions that can be put in place to help support individuals with these.
- “Practical Strategies for Organisational Skills” – this shorter, subject-specific modules examines why many dyslexic individuals struggle with personal organisation, and explores a range of practical strategies that can help with developing this skill.
There is also an ever-changing range of free resources and tips on our “Free Resources” page, which parents may wish to access. You can access this page at: http://www.bdaelearning.org.uk/course/index.php?categoryid=29
Local Dyslexia Associations
There are more than 50 Local Dyslexia Associations (LDAs) affiliated to the B.D.A. all over the country. To find your Local Dyslexia Association, follow this link.