How is dyslexia affecting your organisation? 
Did you know that 1 in 10 of your employees is likely to be dyslexic? 
Discovering more about dyslexia can help to improve your business’s productivity and performance. 
We can now offer a one hour training session in your workplace. 
The Discover Dyslexia session can accommodate up to 20 of your staff and costs £150 (reductions available for voluntary groups). 

Dyslexia as a positive 

Despite the highly advertised difficulties of dyslexia, the dyslexic individual may also possess positive and valuable qualities: creativity, originality and an ability to think outside the box – qualities your organisation needs. 
The Adult Dyslexia Centre is a registered charity set up to promote the positive aspects of dyslexia and help individuals overcome those negative aspects that can create problems in all areas of life including the workplace, which can cause stress and absenteeism. 
The Equality Act states that reasonable adjustments must be made to accommodate a disabled employee. Dyslexia is recognised as a disability under the Act. Employers need to know what is required of them by law and employees need to understand what can be done to help them maximise their contribution and value to their employer. 
We can also provide: 
Dyslexia Awareness Training: 
A half-day or full day, for employers or employees, customised to your needs to gain an understanding of the positive and negative impact of dyslexia in the workplace. 
Assessment of employees’ needs:  
An appraisal of the difficulties a dyslexic employee may encounter at work and recommendations for action. This can involve a screening test, a full dyslexia assessment and Workplace Needs Assessment. 
Support in the workplace:  
After the assessment of need, provision can be made for appropriate support. 
Advice on reasonable adjustments:  
In-house discussion of how to provide a dyslexia friendly environment and promote a culture of confidence. 
More informantion on Workplace Needs Assessments 
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