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We exist to help people with reading difficulties reach their full potential
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CLINICAL TESTS BY QUALIFIED ORTHOPTISTS

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READ ABOUT OUR RESEARCH AND LEARN ABOUT HOW TO TAKE PART

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DYSLEXIA ADVICE FOR PARENTS

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DYSLEXIA ADVICE FOR TEACHERS

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DYSLEXIA ADVICE FOR ADULTS

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The Colours of Dyslexia, by Sue Fowler

The subject of dyslexia is very relevant to the increasing number of children and students having difficulty learning to read and spell in our schools today. The discussions surrounding diagnosis and even whether dyslexia exists as a separate entity are not helping to solve the problem.

This book is written to attempt to answer the questions by providing the evidence based on knowledge gained from investigation and research over many years working with thousands of children and students whose lives have been affected by a difficulty learning to read and spell.

10% OF PEOPLE IN THE UK AND USA HAVE DYSLEXIA 

That equates to about 7.3 million people in the UK alone. 

1 IN 5 CHILDREN HAVE DIFFICULTY LEARNING TO READ

This is the most common cause of childhood loss of self esteem

52% OF TEACHERS SAY THEY HAVE HAD NO DYSLEXIA TRAINING

9 out of 10 teachers said the training they had been given lasted less than half a day

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