Dyslexic minds process information differently. Our divergent, lateral thinking has created some of the world's greatest inventions, brands and art. Yet dyslexia is still perceived as a disadvantage.
Schools aren’t designed for dyslexic thinking, most teachers aren’t trained in dyslexia, meaning most dyslexic kids are unidentified and unsupported.
Working with experts and strategic partners we develop campaigns, films & tools to explain and support dyslexia.
And we’re launching CONNECTING THE DOTS, a global advocacy campaign and movement with one mission; to level the playing-field so every dyslexic can achieve their potential.
Think like a dyslexic?
Are you a Visualiser, a Connector, an Imaginer, a Communicator or an Explorer? Take our 5 minute test to see if you think like a dyslexic.
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Download our reports
Connecting the Dots
This simple guide supports our new Connecting the Dots. It gives essential information about dyslexia, how to support it, and how to advocate for it. And a 5 point plan to get involved!
The Value of Dyslexia - 1
This report finds Dyslexic Thinking Skills like creativity, visualisation and complex problem-solving abilities map directly with the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) ‘Skills for the Future.’
The Value of Dyslexia - 2
This report further highlights the importance of Dyslexic Thinking Skills against WEF new framework, and shows that the challenges associated with dyslexia are now being negated by technology.
Dyslexia in Schools Survey 2019
A global survey giving an insight into the provision made for dyslexic children in schools around the world. Findings highlight a huge lack of understanding and need for teacher training.
Dyslexia and Exams Survey August 2019
Research conducted with parents, teachers and students on the impact the UK exam reforms have on dyslexic students
Dyslexic Thinking Skills