What is dyslexia?
Dyslexic minds see the world differently. They think creatively, laterally, often solving problems others can’t. They have the skills of the future. And they’ve transformed our past, inventing everything from the lightbulb to the iPhone.
But 80% are never spotted at school. So they never truly understand their full potential.
We can – and must – change this.
Our mission is to train every teacher to spot, support and empower every dyslexic child.
We’ve partnered with Microsoft to offer free, online, training. It includes easy to implement strategies used in the world’s leading dyslexic schools.
Take the free training:
Part 1 & Part 2
Made By Dyslexia Pledge
The Made By Dyslexia pledge is for companies, educators and governments to pledge to value dyslexic thinking and to spot, support and empower every dyslexic mind. Find out more by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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
Connect the Spots 2020
This report finds that dyslexic thinkers are ready for the workplace of tomorrow. If we can reshape how we teach them today. It calls for every teacher to be trained to spot, support and empower every dyslexic learner.
Spelling It Out
Our essential guide to what is dyslexia, how to support it and how to advocate for it. It covers Dyslexic Thinking skills and challenges. Plus, asks all organisations and educators to pledge to support and value dyslexic thinking.
The Value of Dyslexia 1
Our ground-breaking report, produced with EY, finds that dyslexics have exactly the thinking skills needed to thrive in the workplace of today, including cognitive flexibility, visualisation and complex problem solving.
The Value of Dyslexia 2
Our second report with EY finds that Dyslexic Thinking skills map directly to the skills of the future, set out by the World Economic Forum. While demand for the skills that dyslexics find challenging is in decline, as technology takes over.
Dyslexic Thinking Skills