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Music and Dyslexia - Do you know someone with dyslexia that is struggling to pass a music exam?

Tuesday 7 April 2020

Guest Post

Do you know someone with dyslexia that is struggling to pass a music exam?

Another FREE webinar for parents on Wednesday 8 April at 7.30pm – Preparing your dyslexic child for success in life - hosted by Margaret Malpas, MBE

Monday 6 April 2020

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Dyslexia isn’t a barrier to success. Forty percent of the UK’s self-made millionaires are dyslexic, around three or four times the level in the general population.

Coming soon .... two new courses for diagnostic assessors

Tuesday 31 March 2020

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These two courses are aimed at assessors who wish to be able to assess in another age-range

FREE webinar for parents on Wednesday 1 April at 7.30pm – How to manage you and your child’s anxiety during school closures

Friday 27 March 2020

Events

In these times, many parents and children are not surprisingly feeling anxious. Fortunately, there are many things we can do to help.

Welcome to our virtual conferences and training!

Thursday 26 March 2020

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We are launching our virtual training and conferences offering to give you the same benefits as our face to face training and events

British Dyslexia Association calls on the government to extend the removal of VAT on digital publications to audiobooks

Wednesday 25 March 2020

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Recently, the Chancellor announced VAT will no longer be charged on digital publications however, it does not extend to audiobooks

Deadline for the SASC amnesty for APC applications is 31 March 2020

Tuesday 24 March 2020

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The deadline for the SASC amnesty for APC applications is 31 March 2020 and this is fast approaching.

“I’m proud of who I am, dyslexia and all” - Shauna Mullaney, International Karate Athlete, talks about succeeding with dyslexia

Monday 23 March 2020

Guest Post

I’m Shauna, I am 22 years old and an international karate athlete with the Irish Karate Team. I am now in my second year of university. I’m dyslexic.