Links                        
Useful links:


 Site Title  Description
 
Dyslexia Scotland 

 
Dyslexia Scotland is the voluntary organisation representing the needs and interests of dyslexic people in Scotland.


 
Dyslexia at the Library

 
There are many books on dyslexia at your local library, as well as books designed for readers with dyslexia....and they are all free to borrow! You can join the library online now, so no need to wait for opening time!


 
British Dyslexia Association

 
The BDA is a national charity with the aim of a dyslexia friendly society that enables dyslexic people of all ages to reach their full potential


 
Perth One Stop Shop

 
Number 3 is a service for adults (16 and over) with a diagnosis of an Autism Spectrum Condition (ASC) who live in the Perth and Kinross region. The service is provided by Autism Initiatives Scotland.


 
The Learning Curve

 
The Learning Curve is a local partnership of agencies from Perth and Kinross, based at the AK Bell Library in Perth, who specialise in adult learning and literacy support.


 
Learner Driving Perth

 
More than just a Driving School. Programmes to help support older drivers (SAGE), younger drivers aged 14+ (YDP) and instructors have training and experience in helping those with additional learning needs.


 
Dr Gavin Reid 


 
Dr Reid currently has 21 books in print in the field of dyslexia, literacy learning styles and motivation and wrote and developed the first Masters course in Specific Learning Difficulties in the UK in 1993.

 
CALL Scotland 


 
(Communication, Access, Literacy and Learning, Edinburgh University) Expertise in communication and assistive technology for people with speech, communication and/or writing difficulties.


 
Enquire 


 
The Scottish Advice Service for Additional Support for Learning.


 
Independent
Advocacy Perth and Kinross 


 
Enabling people in Perth & Kinross with mental health problems, dementia, learning & physical disabilities, frailty or age related problems and carers, to have their voices heard and be involved in decisions affecting their lives.


 
My Computer, My Way! (AbilityNet) 


 
Many useful tips to help you make your computer easier to use.


 
Dyslexia Action 


 
National organisation specialising in assessment, teaching and training. They also develop and distribute teaching materials and conduct research.


 
The Dyscalculia Centre 

 
Information and resources about Dyscalculia.


 
The Dyspraxia Foundation 


 
The Foundation is committed to making the teaching and medical professions more aware of dyspraxia and spreading understanding of how those who have the difficulty can be helped. 










A Branch of Dyslexia Scotland - Scottish Charity No. SC000951

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