Services provided by Dyslexia North East
Information and support by phone, email and website chat: Free
Initial Consultation in person for support and information: Free
Visual Stress screening, Cogmed or IDL sessions courses: £35
Diagnostic Dyslexia Specialist Teacher Assessment, Report and Recommendations: £385
Diagnostic Dyslexia Educational Psychology Assessment, Report and Recommendations: £495
Basic Adult Assessment for Mature adults: £100
Dyslexia North East offers a limited number of sponsored free Assessments when available, and seeks to keep costs as reasonable as possible. Payments can be made in instalments by arrangement.
Learning Support and Tuition provided by Qualified Teachers and Teaching Assistants:
Individual Learning Support at Home: £40 per hour (includes travel)
RGS Jun School Wed evenings: £35 per hour
Group Learning Support for 2-4 pupils/ students
At RGS Jun Sch Wed evenings: £25 each per hour
Dyslexia North East Centre
Meadow Well Connected – Weekdays:£35 per hour
Access to Work Bespoke Tuition for Adults:£50 per hour
Adult Literacy Classes for mature Adults FREE at the
Dyslexia North East Centre Meadow Well Connected
On Thursday afternoons
Please contact Dyslexia North East for more information.
Funders and Supporters
As a Charity we raise funds by hosting Gigs, with support from our Patron Simon Donald, and have Tombolas, Raffles and Auctions.
We raise funds through our Membership, together with Gift Aid, and from the Services we offer.
Special Thanks to Funders who have given us Gifts and Grants in 2017
• The Community Foundation Henry Smith NE Grant Fund awarded Dyslexia North East a Grant of £6,460.00 towards employment of a Project Co-ordinator to provide opportunities to help dyslexic children and parents in a disadvantaged area in North Shields.
• St James’ Place who have funded £2,500 for IT support and ipads to help with teaching children and adults with dyslexia.
• Proctor and Gamble who donated £100 towards a Numeracy Teaching Resource for children. “Number Box”
• Harvey’s Opticians in Newcastle who sponsored
“Dyslexia Matters” Conferences with a donation of £250. These Conferences are a vital resource to help Parents/Carers and Teachers, and other Professionals to gain knowledge and insight about dyslexia.
Will you help us with our work?
• Volunteer your time and talents to help and support dyslexics.
• Sponsor Special Events and Conferences.
• Donations to help low income families who need an Assessment.
• Grants to help us deliver Projects and Activities for dyslexic adults and children.
• Fund Raising Activities to boost income to pay for volunteer expenses and equipment for Workshops and Childrens’ Projects.