… a preference for certain ways of processing information which has nothing to do with intelligence.
… associated with learning strengths such as problem-solving, blue skies thinking, motivation, determination and creative coping strategies.
… associated with difficulties with working memory, taking in meaning from complex texts, multi-tasking, putting ideas into writing, organisation and stress.
… legally recognised as a disability, and this enables you to seek support through the DSA (Disabled Students’ Allowance).
What we do:
Once you have been identified with dyslexia, we can provide 1:1 sessions to help you maximise your potential.
Yes, but what do you actually do?
By looking at your individual learning strengths and weaknesses, we will be able to help you achieve your potential. This is vital to your success in the following areas:
- Decoding briefs
- Effective study skills
- Getting through the workload
- Preparing for work placement or graduation
- Reading for research
- Improving your memory
- Assistive Technology use
- Addressing learner anxiety