Let’s redefine dyslexia together

We’re on a mission to redefine dyslexia in every workplace and in every school.

Change the world along with us using the 4 steps below:

Donate – give a little, change a lot.

3 EASY WAYS TO DONATE:

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Give once – every donation, big or small, is vital to our work. It is easy to donate through our Facebook or Just Giving page.

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Give monthly – with payroll giving. It is tax efficient, so giving more costs less. Ask your payroll department to set it up.

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In celebration – got a birthday, anniversary or wedding coming up? Ask your family and friends to give instead of gift.

Join the #DyslexicThinking movement

Share your sought-after skills with the world. LinkedIn, the world’s largest careers networking site has offered its 774+ million members the chance to add Dyslexic Thinking as a skill on their profile – thanks to our successful campaign.

Join industry leaders like Richard Branson, Nick Jones and millions of others, by adding it on LinkedIn today. Or encourage those who are dyslexic to add it to their profile.

Campaign with us – make your voice heard.

5 WAYS TO CAMPAIGN WITH US:

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Watch, read & share our content – to help the world understand and value Dyslexic Thinking.

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Tell the world you are #MadeByDyslexia – the world needs dyslexic thinking, showcase yours with our Toolkit here.

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Help us train every teacher 80% of dyslexic kids leave school unidentified. Ask schools to take our FREE online training here.

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Empower every workplace – ask your workplace to Join The Dots. Share our workplace guide & The Dyslexic Dynamic report.

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Become an agent for change – demand your policy and decision makers sit up and take notice of our campaigns, reports & asks

Empower Dyslexic Thinking with us

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AT SCHOOL:

Get involved with our Connect The Spots initiative, which asks every teacher and every school to take our free online training to spot, support and empower every dyslexic child.

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AT WORK:

Get involved with our Join The Dots initiative, which helps every organisation to empower Dyslexic Thinking. Use our free online resources to transform your workplace.