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Improved Learning with a Disabled Students’ Allowance

Many people are unaware that dyslexic learners are eligible for the Disabled Students’ Allowance (DSA). If you or your child is thinking of going to University, applying for a DSA could mean that you’re entitled to new equipment and technology that will help you reach your full potential as an undergraduate or postgraduate student.

Child in superhero cape

Not all dyslexic superheroes move at the same speed

Dyslexia, often unrecognized, is a neurological condition that influences how the brain processes information. It impacts not just reading and writing skills but also memory, coordination, and organisational abilities. A common companion for a dyslexic child is slow processing speed.

Boy doing his maths homework at a brown desk.

The Path to a Dyslexia Diagnosis

The process of a dyslexia diagnosis can sometimes be underestimated or misunderstood. Yet it’s a crucial step to a happier, more fulfilled life. A dyslexia assessment and dyslexia diagnosis will provide clarity and direction. It’s the starting point for solutions that can help those difficulties become less of a struggle, and will be recognised nationally in both school and work.

What happens during a dyslexia assessment?

A dyslexia assessment can be a life changing experience.

In our latest blog, we share more on what to expect during a dyslexia assessment, how long it takes, and the areas tested to conclude a diagnosis.