Dyslexia Links

Adult Dyslexia Organisation Website: http://www.futurenet.co.uk/charity/ado/adomenu/adomenu.htm
ADO is a charity run by dyslexics for adults with dyslexia and all those concerned with them, regardless of background, gender or ethnic origin. ADO is supported in its work by a wide range of consultants.

Bright Solutions for Dyslexia, LLC Website: http://www.dys-add.com

British Dyslexics Website: http://www.dyslexia.uk.com/
British Dyslexics is distinctly different from other Dyslexia Charities. We are not only interested in helping children and teenagers to succeed in education, but w e also passionately believe that getting extra help should not depend on a parents ability to pay for extra tuition themselves. Unlike other Dyslexia Charities we currently make no charges for any of the services or information we provide.

Dyslexia Help Website: http://www.dyslexiahelp.co.nz/
dyslexiaHELP offers a new programe, Davis Dyslexia Correction(sm), that empowers children and adults who experience difficulties with reading, writing, math's, language and attention.

Dyslexia North West & Red Rose School for Dyslexia Website: http://www.dyslexiacentre.com
(Gavin Reid - co-owner)

Dyslexia Online Magazine Website: http://www.dyslexia-test.com/magazine.html
Dyslexia Online Magazine offers articles about dyslexia for parents of dyslexic children, adults with dyslexia, teachers and other educational professionals.

dyslexia the gift Website: http://www.dyslexia.com
Home site of Davis Dyslexia Association International. Has some very useful information and products.

FULCRUM The Trading Name of Dyslexia Awareness Ltd Website: http://www.fulcrumonline.demon.co.uk/
A Provider of Dyslexia Awareness Training and Understanding to Commercial, Statutory and Voluntary Organisations Nationally.

Lucid Website: http://www.lucid-research.com/
Experts in the computerised assessment of dyslexia - Lucid is an independent, UK-based company specialising in the research and development of computerised assessment systems for use in schools, colleges and other institutions worldwide.

Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic Website: http://www.rfbd.org/index.htm
An education is your right to embrace. Providing equal access to the printed word for our members — that is our profound privilege.

Scottish Dyslexia Association Website: http://www.dyslexia.scotland.dial.pipex.com

The Danks Davis Method Website: http://www.danksdavisdyslexia.com/
The Zannie Danks Davis website outlines a new method to help dyslexics achieve literacy success.

The Dyslexia Institute Website: http://www.dyslexia-inst.org.uk/index.htm
The Dyslexia Institute (DI) is an educational charity, founded in 1972, for the assessment and teaching of people with dyslexia and for the training of specialist teachers. It has grown to become the only national dyslexia teaching organisation in the world.

The International Dyslexia Association Website: http://www.interdys.org
The International Dyslexia Association (IDA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping individuals with dyslexia, their families and the communities that support them

What You Need to Know About Dyslexia Guide Picks Website: http://specialed.about.com/cs/dyslexia/
A list of useful links that is updated regularly.