|Increased awareness and research
means that the teaching resources designed for Dyslexic learners should
be readily accessible.
Most Children's academic needs are or should be met by their school.
If your child is experiencing difficulties, discussion with the class
teacher is advisable. They should seek the help of the Special Needs
Co-ordinator, (SENCO), within the school.
If you are concerned about your child, share your worries with the
school and any other professionals working with the child. If you
would like to speak to someone independently, you may be able to get
help from a local or national organisation.
The following may be useful for parents/carers and anyone else interested
in Dyslexia. Click on them to see their contact details. Where they
exist local contacts have been given.
Needs: a guide for parents
DfES - Department for Education Publication (087000 12345)
Official Magazine of the British Dyslexia Association
*Dyslexia - An International Journal
of Research & Practice published by the British Dyslexia Association.
available in Childcare Information Bureau