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National Apprenticeship Week 2019

Posted on 6th March 2019

Categories Apprentice

As it’s National Apprenticeship Week this week, we would like to introduce you to our Admin Apprentice Konnie.  Konnie has been with us since October 2018 and is working…

Romeo & Juliet on Tour

Posted on 31st January 2019

Categories adults children Teaching

 

Trying to understand the language of Shakespeare can be intimidating for most people.  However, if you are dyslexic and faced with a Shakespearean text for a GCSE examination, it…

Christmas Closure

Posted on 17th December 2018

Categories Christmas

The Dyslexia Association Helpline and admin office will close for the festive period on Friday, 21 December at 12:00pm.

 

The admin office will be open…

We are looking for a Helpline Advisor

Posted on 26th October 2018

Categories Jobs helpline support

We would like to expand our valued Helpline Team.  We are keen to recruit a suitably qualified and experienced person who can provide high quality advice on all aspects of…

Richard Holt is fundraising for The Dyslexia Association

Posted on 21st September 2018

Categories Fundraising

Richard Holt will be running the Ikano Bank Robin Hood Half Marathon on Sunday, 30 September 2018 to raise money for The Dyslexia Association.

 

Richard’s Story…

We are looking for an Apprentice Administrator

Posted on 7th September 2018

Categories Jobs Apprentice

This is a great opportunity for someone to gain a level 3 NVQ Business Administration qualification while working in a friendly & busy office.

 

Reporting to the Chief Executive…

Gadgets & Gizmos presentation October 2018

Posted on 24th August 2018

Categories Assistive Technology Presentations Tablets iPads CPD

Assistive Technology presentation for PC’s and mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets

 

When? Saturday, 6 October 2018

 

Time? 10:30am til 12:30pm

 

Where? The Dyslexia Association, Sherwood House,  7…

Rutland Dyslexia Gadgets & Gizmos Demonstration

Posted on 7th August 2018

Categories Rutland Assistive Technology

Gadgets & Gizmos Live Demonstration Evening

 

Join dyslexia experts demonstrating life-changing software, apps and online tools which are available to everyone living with dyslexia.

 

When is it?

 

Taking your child out of school for tuition

Posted on 24th July 2018

Categories services Teaching

We receive lots of requests from parents who require one-to-one specialist tuition for their child.  The majority of these are requests for tuition to take place either after school or…

Patoss Nottinghamshire AGM & Summer Lecture 2018

Posted on 22nd May 2018

Categories CPD PATOSS

SpLD specialist, Counsellor or both? Supporting the emotional and mental health needs of learners with SpLD

 

Young people with SpLD struggle with mental health issues and our role as…