Dyslexic young person?

Advice and info about dyslexia

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Information for children and young people

United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child

As a dyslexic person, you have the same rights that apply to everyone in the world. These are laid out in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. As a young person, you also have other rights that apply to you that can be found in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

Resources

First of all, have a look at our website for 8 - 18 year olds, Dyslexia Unwrapped.  

Dyslexia Unwrapped has lots of useful stuff like information on:

What is dyslexia?

Learning to drive

Studying and exams

You can also meet our Young Ambassadors and watch videos of other young people talking about dyslexia

There's also a great film on Dyslexia Unwrapped called 'See Dyslexia Differently'.

We're here to help 

If you have a question for us, we can help. We have leaflets on lots of different things to do with dyslexia.  

Our Helpline advisers are here every week day to answer your questions -  call us on 0344 800 8484 or email [email protected]

If you become a member of Dyslexia Scotland you'll get a magazine 4 times a year - if you have a Young Scot Card it's half price - and there's a section just for children and young people.

We love to get stories and artwork for our magazine or Dyslexia Unwrapped website - email [email protected]

Get social

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Check out our YouTube Channel for loads of dyslexia videos.