Obviously BeatingDyslexia.com is the most helpful of the dyslexic resources on the web. However we thought we would put together a list of other useful websites it can be beneficial to know about.
Local dyslexia associations:Click this link if you want to find your local dyslexia association. There may be group meetings or workshops you can attend in your area. It can be really useful to meet other people facing the same problems as yourself.
Adult dyslexia and employment:This one is another useful section of The British Dyslexia Association’s website. Click here for their information about adult dyslexia and employment.
The Open University:If you are thinking of taking a higher education course then The Open University is a flexible option for getting new qualifications while meeting the demands of your working life.
Funding and financial aid for education:One of the main problems of going back to education is the cost. Not just the course fees but also related costs such as equipment, accommodation, childcare and so on. Click here to find out what funding you may be entitled to if you take a further or higher education course.
Literacy and numeracy courses:Learn direct courses are a great way to develop the fundamental core skills you need. They get funding from the government so your course and qualification could be free. However this will depend on your financial circumstances. Click here for information about Learn Direct.
How to get the most out of Google:The most powerful resource on the internet is of course Google. It is so important to be able to get the most out of it. Click here for some tips to improve the way you search online.
There are lots of dyslexic resources and helpful information on the web. However there is also lots of rubbish too. Take care that the websites you are using are reputable and trust worthy sources.