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Today there is widespread support and legislative protection in schools to support children with dyslexia such that they can get access to the specialist tuition, accommodations and assistive technology resources that enable them to achieve their full potential. Dyslexia is no longer the limiting condition it was in the past.
We provide support and services for dyslexic children and adults of all ages in the communities throughout Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire, Peterborough, and Rutland.
Specialist Dyslexia Tuition
Whether you have a dyslexia or other SpLD diagnosis, our specialist tutors provide individually tailored tuition in literacy, numeracy and study skills for learners of all ages.
We implement a structured, multisensory, cumulative learning programme to enable you to develop the necessary skills, knowledge and confidence to help achieve your true potential
Exam Access Arrangements
Exam Access Arrangements (EAAs) are the reasonable adjustments that can be made for an exam candidate and might include recommendations such as extra time to complete an exam paper, permission to use assistive technology, or provision of rest breaks. It is important to note that assessments that enable a pupil to gain Exams’ Access Arrangements may only be requested by the pupil’s school.
The Disabled Students' Allowance (DSA) funding is available for UK students with disabilities (including dyslexia) who are undertaking full time and part time courses in Higher Education. A full diagnostic assessment to determine eligibility for a Disabled Student Allowance (DSA), for a student aged 16 years and above.
Disabled Students' Allowance
"I was really nervous about getting assessed but Caroline made me feel comfortable by talking me through the process and putting me at ease. Having the DSA assessment and diagnostic report, I can now work with my university to ensure support throughout my degree"
— Ella, Boston, Lincolnshire
University Study Skills Support
"Thanks to the work I did with Caroline, remotely, I was able to achieve a 2:1 grade in my university Business Administration assignment"
— Anonymous, Nottingham Trent University
FOR CHILDREN AND PARENTS
Ages 5 to 18 in school who need help with literacy.
In higher education or in work who need help with studying or work activities.
We work closely with schools to support pupils with literacy related difficulties, including dyslexia.
Phone: 07796 295 278
Dyslexia Tree, Grantham, England