Do pay it a visit.
This is a great (US) website that uses a lot of video rather than text. In fact, it's nearly all video. And the text that is there looks like they've used the OpenDyslexic font. It's a really interesting approach and seems to work very well.
Do pay it a visit.
Interesting personal blog on living with Dyslexia and offers some insights into the condition for people who aren't dyslexic.
badg is a self-help dyslexic group. Members meet once a month, funding permitting on an evening, and every Tuesday and Thursday during the day.
badg's main aims are to help dyslexics emotionally and socially. They are also involved in informing people of the real issues of dyslexia, which are short-term memory and the positive attributes of dyslexics and not the negatives reading, writing and arithmetic.
A UK based charity focusing on the visual-spatial abilities as demonstrated in the work of talented dyslexics. They support all institutions and individuals who recognize the advantages visual-spatial skills, and they provide unbiased information and guidance about career and training prospects. They welcome people's views, suggestions and contributions.
ADO is run by dyslexics for dyslexics and all those who are concerned with adult dyslexics, regardless of race, gender or background. ADO is a national body for adult dyslexics with links around the world.
This website is the home of dyslexic artist & film-maker Mike Juggins. For well over a decade Mike has worked tirelesly to raise greater understanding and appreciation of dyslexia.
Mike's great site contains a wealth of images, video and thoughts on his Dyslexic world.
Encourage and enable people with dyslexia, regardless of their age and abilities, to reach their potential.
The Foundation seeks every opportunity to increase understanding of Dyspraxia, particularly among professionals in health and education and encourages its local groups to do the same.
Dig-iT provides information and support for people with dyslexia of all ages and their families in the Tamworth and South Staffordshire area.
The group holds regular informal drop-ins at two sites where they offer mutual support and guidance and run various activities for children.
Dyslexia Lincolnshire co-operative is the supportive friend of people affected by dyslexia in Lincolnshire, promoting understanding and awareness.
They provide affordable solutions and peer support for overcoming dyslexia and associated conditions specifically aimed at people on low incomes.
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