Dyslexia
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Articles, tips and teaching ideas, and links to other useful sites for Dyslexia teaching, assessment and resources.
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Coloured Overlays and Reading Rulers

Visual Stress: "It's like your headache just went away!"

Coffee and Learning

If you drink coffee and you are studying for an exam, make sure you read this!

YES WE CAN READ

A Great Resource for teaching dyslexic non-readers to read.

What's on
28/09/17
A host of workshops and talks for parents, teachers, support workers and carers. Admission by ticket only. www.thewelshautismshows.co.uk/the-cardiff-autism-show/
06/10/17

The UK's biggest dedicated SEN exhibition and seminar event at the Business Design Centre, Islington.  www.tessenshow.co.uk

28/10/17
"Positive about Dyslexia." Keynote speakers Professor Sue Ellis and Dr Anne Margaret Smith.The University of Strathclyde, Glasgow. www.dyslexiascotland.org.uk/education-conference
10/11/17
Keynote Speakers: Natasha Devon. Promoting Mental Health in Children with SEND Anne Sherrard. Morphology Matters Jackie Murray. Identifying SpLD and Interventions at KS1 Prof Bruce Hood. Educational Neuroscience https://iaps.uk/courses/detail/950
23/11/17
Another London event. Venue: The Copthorne Tara, Kensington. Keynote Speaker: Neil MacKay.
21/04/18
The annual UK conference for SpLD teachers, with a marketplace of specialist suppliers. Held at Imperial College, London.

I am a special education student in the United States, researching Dsylexia. The Web gave me access to your information, in the UK!! Your website gave me a lot of information to understand it better. Thank you.

I was ... mislabelled-labelled as thick, dumb and stupid, when at school. I have a problem with what some Teachers say about labelling as more often than not they label the children anyway but don't tell anyone. I would much prefer a label that we ALL know about than one of theirs that only they know about.