info@adc.org.uk 
07921 022589 

As a charity we advise dyslexic people, develop their skills, and connect them to further opportunities. 

As a charity we advise dyslexic people, develop their skills, and connect them to further opportunities. 

As a charity we advise dyslexic people, develop their skills, and connect them to further opportunities. 

  COVID-19 Update November 2020 

 
We are operating all our services online again, including teaching, screening and advice services. For regular updates, follow us on Facebook here.  
 
Our helpline remains open. Please do not hesitate to contact us on 07921 022589 or at info@adc.org.uk for advice and guidance.  
 

Who do we help? 

Adults 

Are you dyslexic or do you think you might be? Make an appointment with us to find out how we can help you. 

Employers 

1 in 10 of your employees is likely to be dyslexic and we can show you how you can help them in the workplace. 

Parents 

Do you think your child is dyslexic? We offer assessments for children as well as an online course to help support parents and carers with dyslexic children. 
 

What do we offer? 

Assessments 

We provide full assessments of dyslexia for adults and children.  
 

Dyslexia Awareness 

We provide dyslexia awareness training for educators, trainers and those in the workplace, to maximise the potential of dyslexic learners and employees. 

Courses 

We offer courses to support dyslexic adults or those with dyslexic-like difficulties. 
 
 

Support for Adults 

We can help you improve your skills and confidence by our range of services aimed at supporting adults. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Our Latest News 

Daisy Dance talk for schools 

Singer/songwriter Daisy Dance is working with us to inspire young people in local schools. Daisy is offering a free, motivational talk on the positive aspects of dyselxia and how it helped her to succeed in the creative industry.  

Community Funding 

We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded a generous grant of £5,000 from the Berkshire Community Fund to help us support our clients remotely during the Covid-19 outbreak. 

Sign Up Now for our English for Dyslexic Adults Courses 

We are offering a range of short English courses for adults with dyslexia living in the Thames Valley.  

Book your place on our parents' course  

Join the popular Understanding Dyslexia course for parents, online via Zoom. The course is made up of five evening sessions, with experienced professionals. 
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