WHAT IS THE NATIONAL DYSLEXIA NETWORK?
"We are a Non profitable organisation. our uk wide specialist learning centres provide support, advice, assessment and teaching for learners of all ages and abilities..."
...wishing to improve their reading, writing, spelling, maths, study/revision skills, subject specialist knowledge and workplace skills. We specialise in supporting, assessing and tutoring people who are concerned about specific learning difficulties such as:
dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia, ADHD and ASD.
ARE WE QUALIFIED TO ADVISE ON DYSLEXIA?
We are registered and regulated by PATOSS, AMBDA and DBS. This ensures that our learning centres are safe, nurturing and accountable places that develop, share, review and implement 'best practice' policies in a way that meets our services users' educational, health and welfare needs to the highest standard.
IS THE NATIONAL DYSLEXIA NETWORK NATIONWIDE?
Our teachers, assessors and psychologists have specialist qualifications and experience that enables them to offer a personalised and specialised service. National Dyslexia Network learning centres can be found across England and Wales covering the North East, North West, West Midlands, Yorkshire and the Humber, Lincolnshire, East Midlands and London. We welcome new teachers that would like to join the network. We follow the same quality assurance processes, codes of practice, data protection and safeguarding procedures.
HOW DID WE BEGIN?
A group of specialist teachers, assessor, parents, grandparents and school leaders were discussing how the closure of a national dyslexia charity was going to negatively affect learners in their areas. Out of that discussion National Dyslexia Network was founded and our super powers were pledged to develop National Dyslexia Network into the organisation learners around the UK could trust. In that moment we vowed to ensure the NDN would provid outstanding services and best practice, policies and procedures. We pledged to do so with a community led social conscience.