Dyslexia tests for children, secondary school students and adults. These can be done in my Berkshire office or at your home/college/place of work in the South of England

 

                                 DYSLEXIC SIGNS: 

- children/students/adults who struggle with reading accuracy or slow reading   speed.

- difficulty remembering what is seen or heard

- poor handwriting or slow speed of handwriting

- difficulty with spelling skills and writing skills

- organisation skills

- anxiety and low self-confidence due to these things.

- problems remembering the alphabet/multiplication tables

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                     DYSLEXIA TESTING INCLUDES:

  • underlying ability (or IQ) puzzles.
  • cognitive processing (as a computer has processes) - to assess memory skills, phonological awareness (the sounds we hear which make up words) and speed of information processing. 
  • visual and fine motor skills are tested with drawing and puzzles.
  • if the print moves or blurs when reading, you may need a specialist optometrist appointment - advice can be given.
  • The tests and puzzles take around (1.5 to 2 hours for a child) and 2.5 to 3 hours for a secondary school student or adult but they can be done in one sitting as they are mostly puzzles.

Dont worry as:

  •  there are a lot of things you can do to help weaknesses 

 

£580  - DYSLEXIA assessment  with  typed report - for schools, colleges and universities and the workplace.

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Form 8 testing for GCSEs, A levels and other examintions can be done at your secondary school/college/adult education centre:  £100 per student/adult or daily school rate (to be negotiated).

 

PLEASE  EMAIL FOR FURTHER INFORMATION TO

annettedickens12345@icloud.com

 

A new definition of dyslexia has been issued:

 

Dyslexia is primarily a set of processing difficulties that affect the acquisition of reading and spelling.  The most commonly observed cognitive impairment in dyslexia is a difficulty in phonological processing (ie in phonological awareness, phonemic decoding skill or phonological memory).  However phonological difficulties do not fully explain the variability that is observed.  Working memory, orthographic skills and processing speed problems can contribute to the impact of dyslexia. It can affect the acquisition of other skills such as mathematics, reading comprehension or learning another language.          (sasc.org.uk   May 2024)

 

 

 

 

 

 





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