You can call us on 0333 405 4567 at the following times:
- Tuesday 10am to 1pm
- Wednesday 10am to 1pm
- Thursday 1pm to 3pm
You can also email us your enquiries to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The British Dyslexia Association Helpline is a national free helpline service for people with dyslexia and those who support them. It offers confidential, impartial advice and information. We receive calls and emails from parents, students, adults with dyslexia, teachers and employers.
It is through Helpline that dyslexic individuals can share their views about the support that is available, and can raise issues which, while personal to them, may be affecting thousands of other people with dyslexia. All of this helps us to take the issues forward to influence politicians and decision makers.
Supporting the British Dyslexia Association Helpline
Our helpline is the only national, free helpline service for dyslexic people of all ages and those impacted by dyslexia. Run by volunteers with the support and guidance of our experts and specialists, it helps us influence policy changes. We can only make the biggest difference with your support.
Supporting the capacity and expertise of the British Dyslexia Association Helpline means faster and more straightforward support is available and opening hours can be extended. We strive to quickly deliver support to the 1 in 10 people in Britain with dyslexia.
Supporting our helpline can make a massive difference to the people that need our help. Find out all the ways you can support us.
Our helpline is the only national, free helpline service for dyslexic people of all ages and those impacted by dyslexia. Our team of staff and volunteers offer confidential, impartial advice and information and listen to many varied accounts of how dyslexia affects people in their day-to-day lives. If you have a demonstrable understanding of dyslexia, good listening skills and a friendly telephone manner, we’d love to hear from you.
If you have any questions or would like to discuss the role before applying, please contact: email@example.com
For more information about volunteering at the British Dyslexia Association, please click here.