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NASEN Dyslexia Advice Pack

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Take two minutes to download this resource- it contains a great summary of key information that would make a simple pack to give to staff / use as a training focus. …

Simple ways to teach dyslexia -John Stein

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John Stein has studied dyslexia at Oxford University for three decades. Here, he outlines his research suggesting that simple visual treatments and omega-3 fish oils can significantly improve …

Julia Dyer Website for children with Neurological conditions

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Julia Dyer is a physiotherapy practice offering good clear information relating to; Dyspraxia Sensory integration issues Autism ADHD Cerebral plasy Dyslexia and specific learning difficulties The site provides; book reviews …

Dyslexia- alternative forms of recording

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Dyslexic students are taught alternative techniques to record their learning.

Load 2 Learn

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Load2Learn is a free service providing accessible textbooks and images to support dyslexic, partially sighted or blind learners who have difficulty reading standard print. Load2Learn could significantly improve …

Readability Guide - prepared by Matt Grant

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A quick guide to making texts - in print, online, or on your whiteboard - more accessible. Designed specifically for students with reading difficulties / dyslexia - but will benefit all …

Dyslexia-SpLD Trust - Resources for School

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The document includes information on the Trust's freely available resources; * professional development framework * on-line searchable database of effective interventions * Case studies * Models of good practice * Support Network/ Forum

Common mistakes to identify in pupil’s work - good visual examples

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A great simple outline demonstrating difficulties pupils can have - good visual examples. http://www.dyslexia-international.org/ONL/EN/Course/S2-3-2-2.htm This link also demonstrates …