If anyone ever puts you down for having dyslexia, don’t believe them. Being dyslexic can actually be a big advantage, and it has certainly helped me.

 

Richard Branson, Virgin CEO

Child Dyslexia Profiling (ages 4 – 16 years)

If your child struggles to convert symbols to sounds and/or has difficulties reading and retaining sight words consistently, then you should consider our Child Dyslexia Profiling and if required, further assessments. This profiling is the first stage in identifying if your child may have dyslexia and if he/she may benefit from dyslexia-specific intervention and services.

Request child dyslexia profiling (ages 4 – 16 years):

General Adult Screening (ages 17 and above)

This screening identifies dyslexia in members of the general population aged 17 years and above, including individuals who have non-standard educational backgrounds, low general ability, and/or poor English language skills.

Individual Services

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