This is a list of recommended websites and resources for helping students with dyslexia.
If you are in South Australia, you may be interested in contacting our clinic for help with dyslexia. We provide professional services in a friendly, relaxed environment. Our speech-language pathologists assess, diagnose and treat a variety of communication issues including literacy, speech and language difficulties. They have extensive experience in research-based remediation of reading difficulties in children, adolescents and adults.
SPELD (Specific Learning Difficulties Association) is an Australian, non profit organisation that provides advice and services to children and adults with specific learning difficulties and those who care for, teach, and work with them. Please click on your state to visit your local SPELD website:
The Australian Dyslexia Association (ADA) is a non-profit organisation whose aim is to ensure the well being, identification and educational intervention of people who struggle with aspects of spoken and written language. The ADA believes that all individuals with dyslexia or a related difference deserve the right to understand their learning difference and have access to evidence based instruction.
The British Dyslexia Association is an organisation which aims to influence government and other institutions to promote a dyslexia friendly society. Their overall objective is to help all people with dyslexia to reach their potential. The website provides excellent information about dyslexia and how to help dyslexic students.
The IDA provides resources for professionals and families helping individuals with dyslexia and related difficulties in learning to read. Formerly the Orton Dyslexia Association, the IDA's website is an outstanding source of information for parents and professionals who are interested in dyslexia.
Outside the Square is a documentary film series about children with Dyslexia and how they might be best supported in schools. The film includes expertise from a variety of leading academics and researchers, including: Dr Lorraine Hammond, Mandy Nayton, Distinguished Professor Anne Castles, Associate Professor Genevieve McArthur & Dr Jennifer Buckingham. A valuable resource for parents, teachers and school leaders.