Useful Links

Useful Links


Browse on line to see a wide range of Books, Teaching and Learning Aids/ Audio Guides/Educational Games and Literacy Software, and writing aids for children with special educational needs and lots more.

www.thedyslexiashop.co.uk

This site is for the Dyslexic Research Trust and Prof John Stein tells us that the Trust supports Clinics, to help people with sensory problems, causing reading difficulties. Information about Research Projects, and events..

www.dyslexic.org.uk

Useful information and Assessment /Teaching Materials for professionals, and a selection of Books to appeal to those with reading difficulties. Parents resources.

www.annarbor.co.uk

Recently formed Group based in Sunderland to help support adults. Helping to break down barriers for dyslexic adults.

www.sidproject.org

British Dyslexia Association. National Charity that is there for help and advice about dyslexia.
Offers training courses, advice and information about many topics related to dyslexia.

National Helpline: 0333 405 4567     Training : 0333 405 4565
Office number : 0333 405 4555          Fax : 0333 405 4570.

www.bdadyslexia.org.uk

Dyslexia Action is a national charity offering Assessments for pupils and adults, Training Courses, Tuition and Educational opportunities.

www.dyslexiaaction.org.uk

Advice, information and support for dyslexics, teachers and employers. Network across Scotland. Very helpful site.

www.dyslexiascotland.org.uk

“The Movement and Learning Centre” specialises in the assessment and treatment of individuals with learning and behavioural difficulties, and those who are under-achieving in education despite good intellectual abiliites.

www.mlcscotland.com

National Autistic Society website with information about advocacy for education, parent support, data and signposting for information.

www.autism.org.uk

New site for Autism North East, for autistic people, and created by people with autism.

www.neurodiversity-northeast.org.uk

Learning Development Aids. Provides educational resources to support children with special educational needs. For Parents and Teachers.

www.ldalearning.com

NASEN  Support for teachers and those helping pupils with Special Educational Needs. Training Conferences and information.

www.nasen.org.uk

Information and support for those caring and teaching children with special educational needs, including specific learning difficulties, autism, ADHD and dyspraxia.

www.patoss-dyslexia.org

Behavioural Optometrist with experience in assessing problems of visual dyslexia, and visual stress, in addition to full optometrist examinations, as appropriate for the individual.

www.wadeopticians.com

Independent advice centre for parents, giving support and information on all aspects of state education.

www.ace-ed.org.uk

A Charity that is campaigning to say “no to failure”. Their aim is to have a Specialist Teacher in every School to help children with dyslexia and learning difficulties.

www.Xtraordinarypeople.com

Research about food and nutrition and behaviour

www.fabresearch.org

National Listening Book Library with postal and internet audio book service..

www.listening-books.org.uk

International Dyslexia Association..

www.interdys.org

Information and sites to access for further advice about dyspraxia and related conditions.

http://www.dyspraxiafoundation.org.uk/

Optometrist site for further information about tests available for visual dyslexia, and booklet to download.

www.gtharvey.co.uk

help for children with sensory processing disorders and dyspraxia.

www.enabletherapy.co.uk

Helpful site which explains about processes of how the brain organises and processes information.

www.sensoryintegration.org.uk

Optometrist site for further information about tests available for visual dyslexia, and booklet to download.

www.gtharvey.co.uk

Andrew Keyes – Optometrist specialising in Visual Stress and other visual problems

www.keyeseyecare.co.uk

Optometrist in Ayr, Scotland. Different methods to help adults and children with visual problems.

www.jordanseyes.com