A poem by a 10-year-old has gone viral because it gives a very personal perspective on Dyslexia. Her teacher shared the piece online, even going so far as asking if a publisher would be interested in publishing it. What wonderful support this student has.read more
Purchase in AmazonI was born in England and raised in Australia. My mother is from the Philippines and my father is from Mauritius. Eight years ago, I relocated to England where I now live and work in London as a community nurse. The Inspiration to Write In October...read more
On the 12th March Dr Neil Alexander-Passe came to speak at the Adult Dyslexia Support Group. The discussion began with Dr Alexander-Passe telling us a little about his background, the books he's written and some facts and figures revolving around dyslexia. The...read more
Dyslexia involves a lot of difficulties in learning to read and interpret words. The infographic below shows how you can improve your reading skills. It does this by breaking down each topic into subheadings, and offering you an informative description on each of...read more
Can dyslexia technology help our young people do better? Every week Dyslexia Association of London receives news of new apps, technology and learning systems that claim to help young people with Dyslexia read better, learn better and perform better. But is there any...read more
West Berkshire Dyslexia Association was started by a group of volunteers in 1983* Established by Gill Shackleton-Jones, the was association started by a meeting at Gill's house, following an article written for the Newbury Weekly News. The group set up a Saturday...read more
Dyslexia Awareness Week (DAW) takes place from Monday 1st to Sunday 7th October. World Dyslexia Awareness Day will be celebrated on Thursday 4th October. The purpose of this week is to raise awareness and understanding of Dyslexia that encourages positive change. The...read more
Dyslexia London had the great opportunity to sit down with the wonderfully talented and incredibly hard-working illustrator and comic artist, Lyndon White. He shared his experiences of having dyslexia, and how he overcame them to become one of the most renowned names...read more
Dyslexia London sat down with Jamie McDonald, also known as Adventureman. He is the author of the book of the same title and a motivational speaker. He talks about self-motivation, resilience, power of connection and making a difference. In his book Adventureman:...read more
Books by Richard BransonArguably one of the most famous British dyslexics, Richard Branson has inspired a whole generation of young people. Richard Branson has not hidden his poor academic performance as a young person at school. His headmaster is reported...read more
Rosalind Smith is 9 years old and feels her strengths are her determination, imagination and her super strong legs! Rosalind is creative and loves imaginative play, science, history and reading. Her dyslexia was formally identified as she began year 3. Although an...read more
Wilfred is a classic entrepreneur and has an 'anything is possible' attitude to everything he approaches- even his health. Wilfred Emmanuel-Jones has led quite the life, from growing up in inner city Birmingham to surviving Leukaemia in 2014 to begin in...read more
'Think Autism' In April 2014 the government published ‘Think Autism’, a strategy for meeting the needs of autistic adults in England. The strategy supports the Autism Act 2009. ‘Think Autism’ sets out a clear programme the Department of Health and other government...read more
Publication Details: Olympia Publishers (www.olympiapublishers.com) Print ISBN: 978-1-905513-60-4 Digital ISBN: 978-1-905513-60-4 Publication Date: 26th August 2008‘A Useful Dyslexia Handbook for Adults’ was created by Catherine Taylor. At first glance, the title...read more
Omar Gunnoo, the main book reviewer for Dyslexia Association of London, has read and reviewed Almier, which is the first issue of a comic series created by Ronu Creative. “Heroes Come in all Shapes and Sizes”, a review of the comic book Almier. "London has a new hero;...read more
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The London Adult Dyslexia Support Group is a support group that meets every 2nd Monday of the month, 6:30 - 8:45 PM at St. James Church, 197 Piccadilly, London W1J 9LL.
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For an annual membership fee of £15.00, members will have access to Adult Dyslexia Support Group meetings, and will receive notice of meetings and events. Renewals will be automatically charged.
For membership cancellation, please contact us no later than 30 days after your card is charged.
Membership is open to individuals, parents, teachers and to all interested in dyslexia.