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British Dyslexia Association
The British Dyslexia Association is the voice for 10% of the population that experience dyslexia. Account not monitored 24/7. A retweet is not an endorsement.
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Dawn Grant RN FRSA Dec 7
Margot Spratley from introducing the Dyslexia segment of todays programme. Big thanks to Helen CEO from for joining the lifelong learning agenda. Brilliant de- mystifying session
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British Dyslexia Association Dec 7
A big thank you to for this free session about their amazing products! Find out more here:
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LJB & Dyslexia Dec 5
Listening to a fabulous webinar on Scanning Pens- Raising Attainment with Assistive Technology. Thank you BRILL 👍
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Dolphin Computer Access Dec 6
To celebrate the 10 year anniversary of the 2008 Story Competition for Dyslexic Writers, we have added the winners’ stories to a Dolphin library, as DAISY digital talking books with human narrated voices! Read our blog:
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British Dyslexia Association Dec 7
Want to find out more about how to support at university? Why not join one of BDA's training courses, such as Practical Solutions for Higher Education, or try one of our e-learning modules? For more info contact: training@bdadyslexia.org.uk
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British Dyslexia Association Dec 6
Do you have 20 minutes to participate in an online survey? You must be 18+, currently studying as an undergraduate at university, & formally diagnosed with Developmental Dyslexia OR have no diagnosis or suspicion of a learning difficulty. More info here:
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British Dyslexia Association Dec 6
are due to be introduced from the academic year 2020 to 2021. Find out what they are and what they mean for you...
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British Dyslexia Association Dec 5
We would like to thank The London Metal Exchange for their very kind donation to the British Dyslexia Association!
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British Dyslexia Association Dec 5
The recognises the vital role that a plays in a school and agrees wholeheartedly that they should have the time to carry out this role ring fenced
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British Dyslexia Association Dec 4
Thank you to for this detailed piece on the poor state of support for pupils in England:
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British Dyslexia Association Dec 4
Lovely feedback from a grateful parent! Find out more about our assessment service, or email assessments@bdadyslexia.org.uk / call 0333 405 4555 for further information:
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Education Committee Dec 4
Kathleen describes how she has to provide all the support herself. She has to research herself, but struggles to know what support is available. Watch live:
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British Dyslexia Association Dec 4
This morning, the hear from Kathleen Redcliffe, giving evidence on her experience as a mother to a son with who is not getting the support that he should in the system.
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British Dyslexia Association Dec 3
The language version of our animation has gone VIRAL! See the original version here:
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St David's College Nov 30
Awards our Jack Harley Walsh presents the Cadogan Award sponsored by us to Jonathan Middleditch
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Aidan Ridyard Nov 30
Very enjoyable evening with ⁦⁩ at their annual awards dinner at ’ hall in London...... seriously magnificent building: what a ceiling!!
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Anthea Turner Dec 1
Good to meet up the inspiring and Awards last night. This is what happens when you leave a teacher with your camera! 😂 Congrats to all winners. Amazing stories x
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Hayley Mason✨ Dec 2
A stunning setting for awards ceremony on Friday and a wonderful evening with our guests , and . A clear message to never let dyslexia become a barrier to your learning was inspirational. Long may that continue
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British Dyslexia Association Nov 30
“These days, more employers are thinking creatively and they want to embrace the different qualities individuals can bring to their business. They don’t have a cookie-cutter approach to their workforce.” - Helen Boden, CEO
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British Dyslexia Association Nov 30
Looking forward to a memorable evening of entertainment and inspiring stories tonight in a beautiful, atmospheric venue for our flagship fundraising event of the year, the Gala Awards Dinner! Will you be joining us?
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