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Dyslexia Helpline Appeal – Can You Help?

Dyslexia Helpline Appeal

Dyslexia Helpline Appeal

So far this year, demand for the helpline has increased by around 50% to c18,000 requests for help per annum. The BDA has therefore launched a Dyslexia Helpline Appeal to allow it provide the support that callers need.

If you would like more information or can contribute, please do follow the link below. Equally, if you can publicise this campaign though social media that would be very helpful.

 

About the British Dyslexia Association

The British Dyslexia Association run the only National Helpline and Advice service addressing the specific needs and issues of people with dyslexia and related specific learning difficulties (Spld).

The BDA Helpline provides free and confidential information and guidance for children, young people and adults, parents, teachers, educational organisations and employers. The queries we receive are often very complex, requiring a high level of knowledge and specialism in dyslexia to support the callers who are often experiencing a high level of stress and anxiety.

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