Links and Resources

Child Sorting Picture Cards

British Dyslexia Association

National body for dyslexia and dyspraxia provides a very wide of information and advice and can arrange assessments. 

0333 405 4567
British Dyslexia Association (


NHS Guidance

NHS Dyslexia Guidance (


Dyslexia Association

Support children and adults and wider community in East Midlands.
The Dyslexia Association (



Professional Association of Teachers of Students with Specific Learning Difficulties (UK) Find a teacher or assessor

Made by Dyslexia

2 hour training for anyone (strategies & tools)
Made by Dyslexia Free Training (


Dyslexia Assist

Scottish based Charity developed by parents for parents provides advice and  inforrmation including works sheets
Dyslexia Assist (


Dyslexia Action

A provider of specialist teacher/practitioner/assessor training.
Dyslexia Action (
Dyslexia Action Training (



Access to Work Operational Support Unit 

0208 426 3110
Get support in work if you have a disability or health condition (Access to Work) - GOV.UK (


Iansyst Assistive Technology (AT)

Provides resouces and tools to overcome learning barriers  ( non-profit organisation ) 01223 436 670


Sight and Sound Technology

01604 798 070
Sight and Sound Technology (

Suppliers of hard and soft ware to the visually impared and those with learning difficulties


Family Action “If you’re having family problems, we’re here to listen.” 

Advice abd support  to families on emotional,social and financial matters.

0808 800 5678
FamilyLine - Family Action (


The Dyspraxia Foundation:

Promotes understanding and provides information and an advisory service 

Dyspraxia Foundation - Incorporating Developmental Co-ordination Disorder (  an umbrella organisation representing national groups concerned with adults and children with coordination difficulties 



National body promoting understanding and providing advice and support 

ADDISS - The National Attention Deficit Disorder Information and Support Service (


The National Autistic Society:

Natioanl body promoting understanding and providing advice and support

National Autistic Society (


Visual sensitivity is assessed by specially qualified optometrists.
For further information contact:

The Institute of Optometry (

The British Association of Behavioural Optometrists (

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The Dyslexia-SpLD Trust

Provide reliable information to parents, teachers, schools and the wider sector.
The Dyslexia-SpLD Trust (


Touch-type, Read and Spell  (TTRS)

Multi-sensory computer based course that teaches typing, reading and spelling.


Nessy Reading and Spelling Programme

Child friendly software containing computer games, printable worksheets, and animated rules.
Nessy (


Wordshark, Numbershark

Software containing many motivating computer games. Wordshark follows the Government’s principles for synthetic phonics.
Wordshark / Numbershark (


Phonic Reading Books

Specially written decodable reading books.
Phonic Books (


Barrington Stoke reading books

A wide variety of stories that are pitched at the ‘real’ age of the reader and not their reading age.
Barrington Stoke (


Units of Sound 

A multi -sensory service that supports reading,writing.memory and dication. 


Online Learning  modules 

BBC  bite size

Twinkl Teacher created resource fo in the classroom and at home  Early Years to  age18

Online Stores for Dyslexic Friendly Learning Supplies

Suggested Products:

  • Magnetic Letters
  • Magnetic Rainbow Arch
  • Smart Chute

Many different supplies for helping Children Learn
Smart Kids Store (
The Dyslexia Shop (
Crossbow Education (
Hope Education (

Book Store for Many different Learning Aids.
Cambridge House Education (
The Vowel Sound Directory (


Trugs Card Games

Trugs (teach reading using games) are phonic reading card games.
Trugs Card Game (


Numberwork'nwords  Ealing

Maths and English tution -tutor led and computer based

phone 020 88840 8404


Hynes Optometrists Ealing

Visual sensivity advice  for adults and children
Hynes Optometrists (

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University Students

Provides financial help for students with disabilities attending university.
Disabled Students Allowance (DSA)

This website contains information and resources for dyslexic university students.
University Guide For Dyslexic Students


Cambridge House Resources

Specialises in books, teaching resources and games, covering Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia, ADHD, and Asperger Syndrome.
Cambridge House Education



Free service provides accessible textbooks and images to support dyslexics and others who have difficulties with print.
Load2Learn | Paths to Literacy


Brown and Brown Publishing

Complete range of adult literacy and numeracy publications.
Brown and Brown Publishing


That's the way I think by David Grant.

This book helps readers to understand how people with dyslexia feel and how they develop coping strategies, ideal for dyslexic people themselves, their parents and teachers/tutors.
That's the Way I Think: Dyslexia and Dyspraxia Explained


Steve Chinn | The Trouble with Maths

Dyslexia and mathematics/dyscalculia guidance, training, CPD and assessment from award-winning author, international speaker and trainer.
Steve Chinn - Maths Help


Beating Dyslexia

This website offers a range of techniques to assist in overcoming dyslexia.
Beating Dyslexia - Free Help with Dyslexia

Ability Net

A digital world accessible to all. | AbilityNet

Hynes Optometrists Ealing

Visual sensitivity advice for adults and children
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