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In English

  • Dyslexia Action
    (Used to be called the Dyslexia Institute) Lots of general advice and information for both parent and teacher.
  • British Dyslexia Association
    Lots of general advice and information for both parent and teacher. They also run courses in UK that parents can attend.
  • The Keda Gateway to Literacy
    Keda Cowling is the author of “Toe by Toe”, a superb publication to help weak readers and spellers achieve success. Can be done as a home programme.
  • Gavin Reid website
    The website of an Educational Psychologist and author of many books on dyslexia. Very good links to other sites and lots of interesting information.
  • Dyslexics.org.uk
    This is an excellent website with a huge quantity of information and many links to other equally interesting web sites.
  • Dyslexichelp.co.uk
    Great website for parents whose children have recently been diagnosed.
  • Being Dyslexic
    Site for anyone who is dyslexic or is interested in dyslexia.
  • The Dyslexia Shop
    This website stocks thousands of products to help people with Dyslexia or other learning difficulties.
  • Helen Arkell Dyslexia Centrum
    An assessment and support centre in UK, plus lots of other info.
  • Council for the Registration of Schools Teaching Dyslexic Pupils
    Its aim is to help parents and also those who advise them choose an educational establishment for children with Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLD).
  • Anderson Education
    Education Consultants who have been working with overseas families, international students and boarding schools in the UK for the past 25 years
  • Dyslexie Font for dyslexics
    The typeface Dyslexie is a revolutionary font, designed to simplify life for those who have dyslexia. With a heavy base line, alternating stick/tail lengths, larger-than-normal openings, and a semi-cursive slant, the dyslexia font ensures that each character has a unique form.

In Dutch

  • Alexie, dyslexie en ICT
    Organisation in Noordwijk that assists dyslexic children with computer technologie.
  • Lexima
    ICT voor beter lezen en leren.
  • Balans Digitaal
    Support organisation for parents of dyslexic children in Holland.
  • Braams
    Dutch Center for Learning Disabilities, in Deventer, specialized in the assessments and treatment of learning disabilities. Parents can have their children tested for Dyslexia or Dyscalculia in English. They also have experience in testing children who speak English as an additional language
  • Handicap + study
    Study tips for students with learning difficulties.
  • Quadraat
    Organisation that assists dyslexic children with remedial help and help with homework. Based in Leiden.
  • LBRT - Landelijke Beroepsvereniging voor Remedial Teachers
    The LBRT is an association of teachers who have specialized in assisting children and adults with learning problems. Remedial teachers help pupils/clients at school or in their own practice.



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