The BDA provide lots if free resources, information and signposting for dyslexia. Their site provides details of local support groups and their member’s magazine has details of new research, tools and technology.
This site is run by Drs Eide and Eide, who wrote the book ‘Dyslexic Advantage’, which is a fantastic read. Their site includes lots of videos and blogs with positive information for dyslexics as well as up to date research.
Based at Oxford University the DRT are currently undertaking promising research into the neuro-biology of dyslexia. It’s worth a look at their site for the latest information on how Omega 3 can support our neurological processes and improve dyslexic symptoms.
Handsfree computing provide a wide range of software for dyslexics and dyspraxics including Claro, Dragon Dictate and Spark-Space. They also provide technical trainers who can show you how to use the equipment to its full potential, rather than it sitting in your desk draw! They cover the South East, London and North East.
This site is a fantastic resource for those of you with dyslexic children. Not only is Sue's site full of great products for helping you study with your kids, her blog is an excellent source of up to date information.
The best resource on visual spelling and reading methods. A nice alternative to the phonics dominated resources already out there, which uses dyslexic strengths of visual spatial thinking. Great you tube footage for free and a very reasonable price for take home learning materials.