Dyslexia is often called a specific learning difficulty because it can exist in individuals
who are otherwise of average or above average ability.
The most frequent reason for a referral of children is instinct. If parents or grandparents
think something is amiss, it should be investigated.
Clients come to us needing 'Access Arrangements' for exams – GCSE, 'A' levels, Baccalaureate, University, Disabled Students Allowance, (Accountancy, Medicine and other professional exams).
We see an increasing number of adults who are struggling to cope at work.
In addition, adults of retirement age have also referred themselves because they have long suspected dyslexia.
Our assessments can cover the range of Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASD), if you suspect Aspergers.