Dyslexia tests for primary children, secondary students and adults.  This can be done in my Berkshire office or at your home/college/place of work.

Please read below about routes 1 and 2.

Access arrangements testing also for school/college.  

 

DYSLEXIA SIGNS:

- poor reading skills

- difficulty with remembering what you read

- poor handwriting or slow speed of handwriting

- difficulty with spelling skills

- problems with remembering things you hear

- organisation

- problems remembering the alphabet/multiplication tables

 

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DYSLEXIA TESTS INCLUDE:

  •  underlying ability (or IQ) puzzles
  •  cognitive tests are done - 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 puzzles.
  •  if the print moves or blurs when reading, you may need a specialist optometrist appointment - advice can be given - Cerium coloured overlay testing can be given if there were signs of visual stress.
  • The tests and puzzles take around 3 hours but can be done in one sitting as they are mostly puzzles.

 

Route 1 ...£250 -  assessment with  summary list of test results, conclusions and recommendations given

 

Route 2 ...£350 -  assessment  with  typed report - for schools and universities 

 

Form 8 testing for GCSEs, A levels and other examintions can be done at your college/adult education centre:  £140 each student.

 

Dont worry as:

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

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a definition of dyslexia........

The   Rose Report (2009)  suggests "dyslexia primarily affects accurate and fluent word reading and spelling.  Characteristic features of dyslexia are difficulties with phonological awareness (ability to manipulate sounds in words), verbal memory and processing speed.  There is some evidence that dyslexia is associated with difficulties in processing information coming in via the senses, including visual and auditory information." 

 

If you have dyslexia or other specific learning difficulties, you will need speciific type of help with multi-sensory lessons where all your senses learn to absorb information better.  Then the newly learnt information needs to be kept fresh in working memory using rmemory cards.........

 

 

 

 

 





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