Dyslexia Top 20 Charities, Companies, Influencers, Awards

Dyslexia is a common learning difficulty that affects how people read and write. It occurs when the brain processes language differently. Dyslexia can make it hard for individuals to learn to read, spell, and write. It can also make it challenging for them to keep up with their classmates in school.

Top 50 Dyslexia Companies, Influencers, and Associations in the UK

  1. The British Dyslexia Association (BDA): The UK's leading charity for people with dyslexia. Provides information, support, and advocacy for dyslexic individuals, families, and professionals.
  2. The Helen Arkell Dyslexia Centre: A pioneering organisation providing expert assessment, teaching, and support for children and adults with dyslexia. Offers training and resources for parents and professionals.
  3. The Dyslexia-friendly School Award: This national award recognises schools that have implemented effective dyslexia support strategies. Provides a valuable benchmark for schools striving to create inclusive learning environments for dyslexic students.
  4. Made for Dyslexia: A social enterprise helping dyslexic individuals thrive in education, employment, and life. Offers a range of products, services, and resources specifically designed to meet the needs of people with dyslexia.
  5. Dyslexia Action: A national charity providing information, advice, and support to individuals, families, and professionals affected by dyslexia. Campaigns for better dyslexia provision in education and employment.
  6. The Association of Adult Dyslexics (ADD): A self-help organisation run by and for adults with dyslexia. Provides a range of support services, including social events, advocacy, and training.
  7. The Access Centre for Education and Technology (ACE): A specialist organisation providing assessment, advice, and training for people with dyslexia and other learning disabilities. Develops assistive technology solutions to support learning.
  8. Dyslexia Scotland: A national charity supporting individuals, families, and professionals in Scotland affected by dyslexia. Provides information, advice, and resources, as well as campaigns for improved dyslexia provision.
  9. Dyslexia Wales: Provides support and advocacy for people with dyslexia in Wales. Works to raise awareness of dyslexia and promote inclusive practices in education and employment.
  10. BBC Bitesize Dyslexia: An online resource from the BBC providing clear and concise information about dyslexia, including symptoms, causes, and strategies for supporting dyslexic learners.
  1. The National Education Union (NEU): A trade union representing teachers, lecturers, and other education professionals in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland. Provides resources and guidance on supporting dyslexic learners.
  2. The National Association of School Psychologists (NASP): The professional organisation for school psychologists in the United Kingdom. Provides resources and guidance on assessing and supporting dyslexic learners.
  3. The Council for Disabled Children (CDC): A national charity working to improve the lives of disabled children and young people. Provides information, advice, and support for families of children with dyslexia.
  4. The Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA): The national accreditation and awarding body for Scotland. Provides information and resources on supporting dyslexic learners in secondary education.
  5. The Office for Students (OfS): The independent regulator of higher education in England, providing guidance for universities and colleges on supporting dyslexic students.
  6. The Dyslexia Institute: A professional body for specialists working with dyslexia, offering training, resources, and support for dyslexia professionals
  7. The Dyslexia-friendly Workplace Award: A national award recognising businesses that have created inclusive workplaces for dyslexic employees.
  8. The British Association of Speech and Language Therapists (BASLT): The professional organisation for speech and language therapists (SLTs) in the UK, providing resources and guidance on supporting dyslexic learners.
  9. The National Literacy Trust: A charity dedicated to giving disadvantaged children the literacy skills they need to succeed. Offers a range of programs and resources to support dyslexic learners.
  10. Dyslexic Mum: Supporting parents/carers of dyslexic children within the U.K. Supporting the whole child, with everything from emotions to organisation and reading/writing.

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