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A dyslexic adult
If you are looking to learn more about dyslexia in adults, then start your journey with us.
A dyslexic young person
Dyslexia Unwrapped, the online hub for young people with dyslexia.
A dyslexic student
From matriculation to graduation - find support for your whole Further of Higher Education journey
Find out what you need to know as a parent of a dyslexic child.
Dyslexia can impact learning throughout the learner's lifetime. Find professional learning and resources here.
Dyslexic employees can add immense value to an organisation, if they're supported well.
Our Helpline gives information, advice and guidance on dyslexia-related issues in Scotland.
What is dyslexia?
The Scottish working definition of dyslexia.
Am I dyslexic?
How do I find out if I'm dyslexic? Though some people ask about diagnosing dyslexia, we say assessing or identifying dyslexia.
Whether you want to learn how to support dyslexia in your classroom or workplace, our bespoke training can be tailored to your needs.
Whether you are looking for a tutor for yourself or a child, a tutor provides support to build your skills and gain confidence in learning.
Ways to donate to Dyslexia Scotland.
Tell your story
Share your dyslexia news, content or story with us.
Be a changemaker
A dyslexia-friendly Scotland will be built on many small actions. Be a changemaker.
Become a volunteer
We recruit volunteers to assist Dyslexia Scotland in national and community-level roles.
Become a tutor
Find out how to become a Dyslexia Scotland approved Tutor.
Become an assessor
Dyslexia Scotland has a list of approved assessors. Here's how you can be added.
Find your local Branch
Our Branches aim to raise awareness and understanding of dyslexia by holding meetings which are open to the public.
In a dyslexia-friendly Scotland, everyone will know what dyslexia is - and isn't. Research helps us to understand more.
Access to our dyslexia library is a perk of being a member of Dyslexia Scotland. We’ve spent years curating an impressive collection of books on dyslexia and related topics.
Free online courses to increase your knowledge and confidence in supporting dyslexia.
Post-assessment pack for adults
Resources for every part of your adult dyslexia personal development journey.
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Download our printable leaflets with bitesize information about dyslexia.
Resources for parents and career educators.
Articles and personal stories written by the dyslexic community and dyslexia changemakers.
Let's Talk Dyslexia - Scotland's podcast about dyslexia.
Resources on dyslexia and mental health.
Help and inspiration for your dyslexic career journey.
Learn to drive
You’re learning to drive – how exciting!
About Dyslexia Scotland
We might be a small organisation with just 7 full time employees but Dyslexia Scotland is made up of many amazing people.
We are working to create a dyslexia-friendly Scotland. We aim to inspire and enable all people with dyslexia to realise their potential.
Our creative campaigns influence change.
It costs £1315 per day or £9,230 per week to keep Dyslexia Scotland runnning. Your contributions are essential to help us build a dyslexia-friendly Scotland.
Dyslexia Voice magazine
Read highlights from Dyslexia Voice magazine online
Annual Report 2022/23
Access the report content online here or download the printable.