Listening BooksAn audiobook lending charity for those that find their illness, mental health, physical or learning disability affects their ability to read the printed word or hold a book.
Better Tuition - Spelling supportThe Simultaneous Oral Spelling method can be highly effective in improving spelling scores. This technique combines audio (hearing), visual (seeing) and kinaesthetic (touch/ doing) methods, helping children remember how to spell the words they practise. It’s a very easy method to use but you must ensure you don’t miss out any steps.
See Dyslexia differentlyThis animation seeks to preempt misconceptions among young audiences by shedding light on the real challenges dyslexic children face whilst also acknowledging their strengths and potential.
ADHD FoundationThe ADHD Foundation Neurodiversity Charity is an integrated health and education service offering a unique lifespan – strength based service, for the 1 in 5 people who live with ADHD, Autism, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia and Tourette’s syndrome.
British Dyslexia AssociationWe will listen to, and act upon, the needs of dyslexic people whenever we are able. We will foster a feeling of togetherness for all of our membership and respect for dyslexic people, volunteers and staff.
How to improve Working MemoryDoes your child have a hard time keeping one bit of information in mind while doing something else? For example, you’re making spaghetti together, and your child’s in charge of the sauce. But your child leaves to answer a text and forgets to come back and stir. Working memory challenges can cause trouble with tasks like these.
Support with learning Times TablesAt timestables.co.uk you can easily practise all of your tables. The arithmetic problems are clear and simple so you can immediately get started on practicing your tables. Select one of the times tables you wish to practise from the list below and show what you can do on the speed test, Multiplication Tables Check or printout great worksheets.
Dyslexia information leaflets Our leaflets are grouped under different headings but some of them may apply to more than one group, so it is worth taking a little time to look under all the headings. If you have any questions after looking at our publications, please contact Dyslexia Scotland's Helpline.