Dyslexia Awareness Week

The BDA have lots of wonderful events planned for Dyslexia Awareness week 4th-10th October 2021

Up Coming Events

 

AGM with guest speaker Sandra Sidoli a member of the team of Outreach Teachers from the newly named Specific Learning Difficulties Service, part of Suffolk County Council’s Specialist Education Services.   Sandra  will be talking about their work and the support they can offer schools with pupils with Literacy and Maths difficulties.  Further details will be in the paperwork all members will receive.

When:  Tuesday 9th November 2021 @19.30

Where:  St Raphael’s Club, Highfield Rd, Ipswich IP1 6DA

 

Welcome to The Suffolk Dyslexia Association

 

The Suffolk Dyslexia Association is a small local charity which was formed in 1981. We give information and support to parents of school age children and adults with dyslexia.

Our aim is to ensure that there is a way forward for every dyslexic learner so that he or she receives suitable teaching, help and support.

Our main objective is to help children and adults to overcome the problems of dyslexia and associated learning difficulties and assist them to achieve their potential.

Some of the ways we help:

  • Raise public awareness of dyslexia by running events and fundraising activities
  • Provide a focus for information and resources

The Suffolk Dyslexia Association committee is made up of volunteers who meet once a month in Ipswich.

 

We are Excited to Announce

 

 Our Information day will go ahead in March 2022

Watch this space for more details

 

Want to Join Us?

Anyone can join SDA, all you need to do is fill out the membership form.

To find out more click here

What is Dyslexia?

Dyslexia mainly affects the development of literacy skills such as reading, writing and spelling. Short term memory, mathematical ability, concentration levels, personal organisation and the ability to put things in sequence may also be affected.

To find out more about  Dyslexia click here.

Recognition Assessment and Tuition

Click here to find out more how SDA can put you in touch with those who may be able to provide the support you need