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.
Our comprehensive training programme offers individuals and organisations flexible training packages for all skill levels
Accredit a Dyslexia course
BDA accreditation is a sign that a level 5 or 7 course on Dyslexia/SpLDs has met the highest standards.
Dyslexia Friendly Awards
Our Dyslexia Friendly Quality Marks cultivate and promote best practice within education and the workplace for people with dyslexia
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.
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Individual Membership is ideal for anyone who wants to support the work of the British Dyslexia Association (BDA)
Professional Membership is for those who hold BDA accreditation or equivalent, and who need to have their professional status recognised for employment purposes.
Our Organisational Membership is for businesses, organisations and educational establishments who are committed to being dyslexia friendly
Local Dyslexia Associations
We aim to influence government and other institutions to promote a dyslexia friendly society.
From marathon runs, charity bike rides, walks and more, there is a challenge event for you.
Ways to donate
Find out the ways that you can support our work.
Find out the varied ways your business can support the BDA.
Find out the many ways you can Volunteer with the BDA
Dyslexia Awareness Week
Get involved and help us raise awareness around dyslexia
Fundraise for the BDA
Take a look at all the ways you can show support and a raise money for the BDA
Find out about other people's experiences living with dyslexia and co-occurring differences
Your voice matters
My Dyslexia Story: Stephen Shine
My Dyslexia Story: Paul Strick
My Dyslexia Story - Melanie Oaks
My Dyslexia Story - Ross Linnett CEO of Recite Me
My Dyslexia Story: Rob Wheeldon
My Dyslexia Story: Kate Russell
My Fundraising Challenge - John Baldock
My Dyslexia Story: Sydney Taylor
My Dyslexia Story: James Clarke
My Dyslexia Story: Margaret Dyer
My Dyslexia Story: Ellena Napier
My Dyslexia Story - Amanda Evans
My Dyslexia Story - Sophie Jones
My Dyslexia Story - Keisha Adair Swaby
My Dyslexia Story - Dr Chris Bushby
My Dyslexia Story: Zachary
My Dyscalculia Story - Catherine Starkey
My Dyslexia & Dyspraxia Story - Wendy Byrne
My Dyscalculia Story: Sarah Miles
My Dyslexia Story - Che Turner
My Dyslexia Story - Zac O'Brien
My Dyslexia Story: Zoe Williamson
My Dyslexia Story - Lillie
My Fundraising Challenge - Jake
My Dyslexia Story: Rhiannah
My Dyslexia Story: Paul Millar