About A Life Less Ordinary Blog

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We aim to inspire and empower people with dyslexia to reach their full potential.

Dyslexia Scotland is Scotland’s national charity for dyslexia. Based in Stirling, we have a network of volunteer-led branches and adult networks across Scotland. We play a leading role in supporting dyslexic people and in the development of policy and practice on dyslexia-related issues.

Our small team of eight committed and experienced paid staff is complemented by around 150 dedicated volunteers working at national and local levels in an impressive range of roles. We are determined to ensure transformational and sustainable improvements for people with dyslexia, living, working and learning in Scotland.

To do this, we have set 4 clear goals:

  1. To provide and promote high quality services to dyslexic people of all ages and those who support them
  2. To influence and achieve positive change locally and nationally
  3. To give dyslexic people an effective individual and collective voice
  4. To support our network of branches, members, volunteers and partners

Find out more about our services here

Visit our websites:

Join us today online: http://dyslexiascotland.org.uk/become-member

Contact our Helpline on 0344 800 8484 or helpline@dyslexiascotland.org.uk

Our blog aims to raise awareness of dyslexia and highlight personal stories about dyslexia, occasionally we will highlight helpful resources/organisations.

Please note: Dyslexia Scotland cannot endorse any particular products/services.

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