Information, resources and training to help parents ensure their child can reach full potential.
Dyslexia can have an impact on many aspects of everyday life. We look at common issues...
We offer information, resources and training to help teaching staff to identify and support neurodiversity in the classroom
We support organisations to be dyslexia friendly and to recognise that neurodiversity can be a great asset in the workplace
Diagnostic Assessments for Dyslexia are carried out by experienced specialist teachers and psychologists across the UK.
BDA accreditation recognises that professionals have met and are committed to maintaining a high standard of practice.
Accredit a course
BDA accreditation is a sign that the course has met the highest standards in specific learning difficulties/dyslexia.
Our comprehensive training programme offers individuals and organisations flexible training packages for all skill levels
Dyslexia Friendly Awards
Our dyslexia friendly awards cultivate and promote best practice within education and the workplace for people with dyslexia
The BDA Helpline is free and confidential. We're on hand to give dyslexia related information and support.
For students who have graduated from our Level 5 and Level 7 accredited courses. Our students become part of the BDA’s family and, as an alumnus, we want to develop and nurture that life-long relationship.
Get involved and help us raise awareness around dyslexia
Find out about the ways that you can support our work
Volunteer with the British Dyslexia Association
Writing to your MP
A guide on writing to your MP about dyslexia
Find out all the ways you can get involved and support our work through fundraising or making a donation
How to support your dyslexic child at home - strategies and ideas that might help.
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