Partners and projects

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Partners and projects

Dyslexia Scotland sits on a number of working groups which are made up of organisations and individuals with interest and expertise in the particular area covered by the group.
Being part of these groups allows us to influence change through the Government and others such as the NHS, the Scottish Prison Service and Trades Unions.

Education Scotland Review

'Making Sense: Education for Children and Young People with Dyslexia in Scotland' 

This report was launched on 12 May 2014. The Executive Summary was published in September.
Dyslexia Scotland is working closely with all the partners highlighted in the report and the response to take forward the recommendations. A Dyslexia 'Making Sense' Working Group has been set up by the Scottish Government. For the latest updates and links to resources, visit the 'Making Sense' page and the 
'Dyslexia and Inclusive Practice'  page of Education Scotland's website.

Scottish Union Learning Partners Advisory Group 

Unions have a unique role in making sure that employers respect the rights of and provide help for employees with dyslexia. We are active members of the Partners Advisory Group as well as the Scottish Union Learning Dyslexia Group.

For Scotland's Disabled Children

Dyslexia Scotland is a member of this coalition, which campaigns to secure rights and justice for disabled children and young people. Find out more at


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