To understand Dyslexia and other specific learning difficulties and the need to keep government appraised of the situation in schools, education and in general in the UK. The group will also look at what statutory and non-statutory bodies are achieving in this field. The aim is to achieve a dyslexia friendly society by enabling individuals with dyslexia to achieve their potential across all ages and sectors of society.
Found: ranging in ages from 6-12, have a variety of learning needs and special or additional needs and/or disabilities-
2. Specific Learning Difficulties: current understanding, support systems, and technology-led interventions
12/10/2020 - Council for Science and Technology
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Interventions for Specific
Found: evidence - British Dyslexia AssociationSCN0438Written Evidence from the British Dyslexia Association (BDA) About
Found: submission. I am a parent (who has dyslexia) of a young person with dyslexia who is currently within the education
5. Improving educational outcomes for learners with specific learning difficulties
11/03/2021 - Council for Science and Technology
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Found: educational outcomes for learners with specific learning difficulties
When you met with the Council in March
1. Schoolchildren: Dyslexia and Neurodiverse Conditions
04/03/2020 - Lords Chamber
1: case: I am dyslexic; I am president of the British Dyslexia Association; and I am chairman of Microlink PC - Speech Link
2: evident to all of us. Studies show that inclusive learning is beneficial to all students, not just those - Speech Link
2. Dyslexia: Disabled Students’ Allowance
13/11/2017 - Lords Chamber
1: students, including those with specific learning difficulties such as dyslexia and dyspraxia. DSA funding - Speech Link
2: in primary school—have received assistance for dyslexia or a SpLD condition throughout your education - Speech Link
3: expertise in this area, both as president of the dyslexia association and in other commercial interests - Speech Link
3. Disabled Students’ Allowance
08/05/2019 - Lords Chamber
1: acceptable evidence for dyslexia? It seems that, despite the acknowledgement that dyslexia does not go away - Speech Link
2: from the British Dyslexia Association’s programme and its analysis of my child’s dyslexia, which we were - Speech Link
3: heading of “specific learning difficulties”. As he will know, this includes not just dyslexia but dyspraxia - Speech Link
4. Disabled Students’ Allowance
27/02/2018 - Lords Chamber
1: candidates for higher education with dyslexia and other specific learning disabilities to pay for new assessments - Speech Link
2: diagnostic assessments for students with specific learning disabilities and have sought expert advice - Speech Link
3: condition can cost up to £600. You cannot get rid of dyslexia—I know; I tried. Can the Government give us some - Speech Link
5. Disabled Students’ Allowance
14/12/2017 - Lords Chamber
1: Equality Act. Much guidance already exists on the specific duties of higher education providers under that - Speech Link
2: Education and Research Act? The Inclusive Teaching and Learning in Higher Education as a Route to Excellence paper - Speech Link
3: issued guidance for inclusivity across teaching, learning and assessment, and HEFCE has undertaken its own - Speech Link
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Mrs Sharon Hodgson MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA. Tel: 020 7219 5160.
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Nick Posford, British Dyslexia Association . Tel: 01344 381 551
British Dyslexia Association acts as the group's secretariat. http://www.bdadyslexia.org.uk
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