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Who can be a member of Dyslexia Association of London?


People with Dyslexia, or anyone who wants to support those with Dyslexia. The membership programme is for anyone who wants to attend a support group regularly or who is involved with Dyslexia, as a researcher or educator.

Become a part of our support group

The support group has been meeting monthly for almost 25 years. It was set up – and is still run by –  Eileen Harwood. The group meets monthly at St James Picadilly.

It was set up as a safe place for adults with dyslexia to come and share their experiences and struggles with dyslexia and also to help uplift and support each other.

 

Your support enables us to continue to provide various projects throughout the year and vital information through our website, social media channels and a support group for anyone who may have been recently diagnosed with dyslexia or who may be struggling at work or higher-level education.

 

Newletter Subscription

The monthly newsletter contains the latest updates on events we run ourselves or one in and around London that we recommend. It also can include book reviews, product reviews, information on discounts, guest blog posts and much much more. 

Exclusive access to DAL conferences

We host the annual Dyslexia Association of London conference. The purpose of the conference is to facilitate a day of learning, support and inspiration for those living with dyslexia and those that support them. 

With DAL membership you will be the first to be informed when tickets go on sale on a first-come-first-served basis. With DAL membership you will be the first to be informed when tickets go on sale on a first-come-first-served basis. 

Not exclusive access – First informed about it where and why 

Last year the conference focused on the creative advantages of living with dyslexia with topics such as:

 

Last year the conference focused on the creative advantages of living with dyslexia with topics such as:

  • Creating Your World Around Dyslexia with Children’s Author and Illustrator Sally Gardner
  • Using Creativity As Your Strength with Author and Business Owner Jeff Spires 
  • Dyslexia & Relationships: How to understand the dyslexic in your life with Pennie Aston, Director and Founder of GroOops Dyslexia Aware Counselling
     

 

Upcoming Dyslexia-Related Events in London

We curate upcoming dyslexia-related events in London and nearby areas for the latest happenings and gatherings.

Your support enables us to continue to provide various projects throughout the year and vital information through our website, social media channels and a support group for anyone who may have been recently diagnosed with dyslexia or who may be struggling at work or higher-level education.