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Some links useful for dyslexic adults

in Oxforshire



Advice for adults from the

Oxfordshire Dyslexia Association 

Our helpful page to help you to understand the best way forward. 

Click here to find out more. 


Think you might be dyslexic?

See the BDA Checklist for a quick indication. When you get to the page click on 'Adult Checklist'. It's the second one down.


Take a look at 'Skills for Life'.

Oxfordshire County Council runs a 'Skills for Life' service for adults (over 16) who want help with reading, writing and everyday maths. It offers free, taught courses and workshops up to and including GCSE level. Dyslexic learners attending any Skills for Life or GCSE course receive one-to-one tuition, an assessment if required, and advice and help with exam concessions.


Ring Michael White on 01865 343193 for details or email:


Need advice, support or possible funding?

For advice on where to get support and possible funding if you're experiencing difficulty in your workplace, or require a  Workplace Full Diagnostic Assessment (WFDA) please contact one of the volunteers listed on our contact information page and they will direct you towards help for this specialist area. 


Disability Employment Advisor.

Disability Employment Advisor – help for dyslexic people who have problems at work, or those seeking employment. Tel: 01865 445106.


The Dyslexia Research Trust.

The Dyslexia Research Trust provides information on dietary supplements and the latest research into dyslexia

Our Video Page

Sometimes as a Dyslexic it's far more effective to watch a video. Please do take a look at our video page for some handy hints and tip as well as general infomation.



Dyslexic associations outside Oxfordshire

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