Dyslexic minds process information differently. Their divergent, lateral thinking has created some of the world's greatest inventions, brands and art. Yet dyslexia is still perceived as a disadvantage.
Schools aren’t designed for dyslexic thinking, and most teachers aren't trained in dyslexia, meaning many go through life without knowing they’re dyslexic.
Working with experts, psychologists and successful dyslexics, we develop campaigns, films, tools and tests to explain dyslexic thinking.
Help for dyslexia in schools is often only available if you can pay. We aim to democratise dyslexia support so that every dyslexic child is identified and enabled to get the right help, and to understand their brilliant potential.
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
Spelling It Out
This simple guide gives essential information about dyslexia, how to support it, and how to advocate for it.
The Value of Dyslexia
Our report, in collaboration with EY, showcases in depth how neurodiversity will become increasingly valuable within the working world, highlighting key facts and research into dyslexia and its unique thinking skills. The Value of Dyslexia outlines the cognitive flexibility, creativity, visualisation and complex problem-solving abilities dyslexic people have and why dyslexia’s role is crucial for our future.
Connecting the Dots
Our "Connecting the Dots" report tells you more about us, and highlights key facts about dyslexia, combining a summary of what we already know, with new research into dyslexic thinking skills.
Dyslexic Thinking Skills