These websites have useful information for school staff, parents and any interested adult:
http://www.bdadyslexia.org.uk/ – the British Dyslexia Association (BDA) promote themselves as the voice of dyslexic people. They aim to influence government and other institutions to promote a dyslexia friendly society, that enables dyslexic people of all ages to reach their full potential.
http://www.dyslexiaaction.org.uk/ – Dyslexia Action provide support, assessments and tuition through their Learning Centres, through online distance learning and in schools across the country, alongside supporting educators and employers through the provision of resources and training. They also undertake research and campaigning to improve the lives of those affected by dyslexia.
http://www.dyslexiascotland.org.uk/ – Dyslexia Scotland’s mission is to inspire and enable everyone to reach their full potential by supporting people affected by dyslexia, and by campaigning on their behalf.
http://www.dyslexic.com/ – the dyslexic.com website is provided by, and is a trade name of, iansyst Ltd. iansyst was founded in 1983 to provide good value training and educational software. Since 1994 their core focus has been technology to help people with dyslexia make the most of their abilities.
http://www.medwaydys.org/ – associated with the BDA, the Dyslexia House Association provides information and support for dyslexic people, parents, teachers and employers, specifically in the Medway and Mid Kent area.
https://www.patoss-dyslexia.org/ – the Professional association of teachers of students with specific learning difficulties aims to help all those concerned with the teaching and support of individuals with SpLD: dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADD and Aspergers syndrome.
http://www.arkellcentre.org.uk/ -Helen Arkell is a registered charity, based in Frensham, Surrey. They support Individual dyslexics, and teachers and educationalists, as well as employers, go to themto learn about dyslexics and how to deliver the dyslexia strategies that will help them achieve their potential.