help@adc.org.uk 

At the Adult Dyslexia Centre we can advise those with dyslexia, develop their skills, and connect them to further opportunities. 

At the Adult Dyslexia Centre we can advise those with dyslexia, develop their skills, and connect them to further opportunities. 

At the Adult Dyslexia centre we can advise those with dyslexia, develop their skills, and connect them to further opportunities. 

 
We are here to help you and offer a free helpline managed by experienced professionals with in depth knowledge of dyslexia. 
They can advise on our services and signpost you to other sources of support. 
Contact us by email - help@adc.org.uk or by telephone 07774 846657 
 
 
NEWS from the Adult Dyslexia Centre 
 

Online support group Monthly meetings Next meeting Tuesday 6 August at 7pm 

Our online Adult Support Group meets each month.  
To find out more or to join the group please click on the button below to send an email: 

ANND Monthly online talks  Next free webinar will be on Wednesday 24th July at 7-8pm GMT Questions about Access to Work 

Click on the You Tube link above to see past webinars 
To join the meeting on the night: 

Face to Face support group Next meeting Tuesday 23rd July at 7pm, at 11 Rushington Avenue 

If you live in the Maidenhead area and you would like to meet other dyslexic people, why not come to our friendly group? Next meeting will focus on Technology. If you want to attend the next meeting on 23rd July click below to find out where it will be held. 

Understanding Dyslexia and Dyscalculia An online course for parents, carers and teachers of dyslexic children 

Our popular online course will be running again in October/ November.  
Click below to learn more and register for the next course. 

Who do we help? 

Adults 

We can help you with information and support - contact us by email or phone  
 
mail: help@adc.org.uk  
Tel: 07774 846657 
 
Please note - there are no charges for our helpline. 
 
Take a look at our page for adults and see how we can help you. 

Employers 

1 in 10 employees are likely to be dyslexic, we can show you how you can help them and make the workplace more accessible. 

Parents 

If you think your child is dyslexic we offer diagnostic assessments for children from 8 years and an online course to help support parents and carers and the children in their care. 
 

Teachers 

If you work with dyslexic children we offer training to help teachers best support the children in the classroom. We offer a motivational talk for students to show them that dyslexia can be a superpower. 
 
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