British Dyslexia Association
New Technologies Committee www.bdatech.org – for information on dyslexia and ICT
Independent Dyslexia Consultants
www.dyslexia-idc.org Tel: 020 7388 8744
Adult Dyslexia Organisation
National Bureau for Students with Disabilities www.skill.org.uk
Network 81 is a charity that supprots, advises and trains parents and carers about the education of children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.
www.network81.org Tel: 0845 077 4055
Professional association of teachers of students with specific learning difficulties www.patoss-dyslexia.org.
Resources provide information for parents and teachers of children with specific learning difficulties.
There are also sections for adults with similar difficulties.
Croydon Literacy Centre
Since April 2016, the Centre has been relocated to Howard Primary School, Dering Road, South Croydon, CR0 1DT
Tel: 07920 657 752
The Centre supports Key Stage 2 students with literacy difficulties who are * not making progress in school.
Students have to be referred to the Centre by their school and they normally * attend twice a week for three terms.
KIDS’ Croydon SEND Information, Advice, Support (SENDIAS) and Mediation service
An independent, impartial and confidential service which offers information and support for parents of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) as well as SEND mediation services. This service is free.
Now located at Carers Support Centre. Mon-Fri 10am-5 pm. Parents/carers and young people can self-refer themselves to access this service by contacting * [email protected]
www.sossen.org.uk Helpline 020 8538 3731
Workshops, information sheets on website.
Drop-in free monthly surgeries for parents/carers – during school term times – 1st Monday of each month during school term times, 10.15 am – 12.15 pm
The Salvation Army
66 High Street, Thornton Heath, CR7 8LF
Carers Support Centre – www.carerssupportcentrecroydon.org.uk
Drop in centre based at 24 George Street, Croydon, CR0 1PB, offering advice, information and support to those caring for someone who needs held due to illness, disability or old age.
The OCN (Open College Network) Level 3 Supporting the Dyslexic Learner at Home and School is a course provided in Keston, Bromley, for educational professionals and parents to develop their knowledge and understanding of Dyslexia and their skills to support learners with Dyslexia and related Specific Learning Difficulties.