DAB - Dyslexia Association Birmingham
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What we Do

Screening and Assessments
Drop in Service

We provide support to young people, Parents/Carers, Teachers and Professionals with an interest in dyslexia. This can be offered via our:

Helpline - 0121 643 3737. For those wanting advice or making their first contact with someone who knows about dyslexia. The line is open Monday to Thursday 10.00a.m. - 1.00pm, however if you leave a message at any other time we will return the call as soon as possible.
Website - www.da-bham.org. This provides a wealth of information and as a member (which you can become via this site) you will gain access to the forum and even more information.
Email - dabham@btconnect.com - We endeavour to answer emails within 12 hours during term time.
Membership - Newsletters and magazines with all the latest updates and information plus so much more. Individual membership £15 per year £10 per year (if you are in receipt of benefits) Professional membership £20 per year.
Presentations - These are offered as a Tailor made package to suit your specific requirements and promotes a deeper understanding of Dyslexia and its positive attributes. The cost is £90 and bookings can be made via 0121 633 9553

Screening and Assessments - A list of Assessors, Educational Psychologists and Qualified Tutors is available on request.

The Association also offers a basic screening which is only to identify dyslexic tendancies and if the results are positive a further full assessment is advised. The cost is £50, which includes membership if assessed as having dyslexic tendancies. If the results are negative options are then discussed. To book an appointment please contact 0121 633 9553.

Tuition - An up to date list of tutors is available for private tuition
Drop in Services - This is open to young people with dyslexia, their Parents/Carers and other interested professionals who would like to receive support and/or guidance concerning dyslexia. Please contact us on 0121 633 9553

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Helpline: 0121 643 3737
11.30 - 1.00 Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday term time only. During holidays please contact the number above and leave a message..
Can't get through? email us and we will respond within 12 hours during term time

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Email: Dyslexia

Dyslexia Association of Birmingham
Room 21 - 22 Carrs Lane Centre
Carrs Lane
Birmingham B4 7SX

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