Useful websites linked to Dyslexia

 

 

https://childrens.mycareinbirmingham.org.uk/local-offer-main-page.aspx

This is Birmingham Local Authority’s Local Offer page. This website sets out the provision the local authority will make for young people with additional needs, and signposts to other useful information and organisations that may support.

 

http://www.bdadyslexia.org.uk/

British Dyslexia association.

 

http://www.parentchampions.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/UnderstandingDyslexia.pdf

Parent leaflet explaining dyslexia.

 

http://www.parentchampions.org.uk/

Website supporting parents of young people with dyslexia and other specific learning difficulties.

 

http://www.youngdyslexics.co.uk/

A national dyslexia awareness initiative which aims to boost the confidence and self-esteem of dyslexic children and adolescents in primary, junior and secondary schools throughout the UK.

 

http://www.dyslexic.com/

Information about assistive technology for dyslexia.

 

http://dyslexia-assist.org.uk/

Dyslexic charity ‘by parents for parents, by children for children’.

 

https://www.nessy.com/uk/

Supportive information and resources about dyslexia, including the Nessy app which helps develop phonic skills.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

www.calibre.org.uk

Calibre Audio Library is a national charity providing a subscription-free service of unabridged audio books for adults and children with sight problems, dyslexia or other disabilities who cannot read print.

 

http://www.listening-books.org.uk/library.aspx

Listening Books provides a postal and internet based audiobook service to over 50,000 members who find it difficult to read the printed word in the usual way

 

http://www.storynory.com/

Talking books

 

http://www.barringtonstoke.co.uk/dyslexia-reading/

Dyslexia friendly publisher – has a range of books to purchase that are dyslexia friendly, along with information on supporting reading development

 

http://www.kidsmemory.com/

Website with free memory games

 

www.playkidsgames.com

A variety of games, including memory development and literacy

 

http://www.crossboweducation.com/

This is an online catalogue of dyslexia friendly resources to purchase