de - Deutschel - ελληνικάen - Englishfr - françaisnl - Nederlandssv - svenska

British Dyslexia Association Training is pleased to offer a one week Summer School which will run in London from Monday 4th – Friday 8th August 2014. This OCN Credit4 learning accredited programme is offered at either Level 2 or Level 3 and consists of 3 or 5 days face to face training, followed by the completion and submission of an assessed workbook.

More information and booking form can be found on the PDF-file below (see also www.bdadyslexia.org.uk)

icon BDA Summer School 2014 Booking form

 

Welcome to join us in Würzburg, Germany, for a week of workshops and fun events!

A Youth Project aimed at youth with Dyslexia at the age of 16 to 30

The Würzburg residenz

Read more...

 

We have now uploaded files originating from the 2013 European Parliament Conference in Brüssels in October, for you to download.

Read more...

 

Dyslang course freely available online in Italian, Bulgarian, Turkish, Czech and English


The Dyslang course comprises 11 online modules for teachers, special educational needs professionals and parents supporting dyslexic, multilingual students with their language learning.

Read more...

 

EUPALT Dyslexia ProjectEUPALT is a LLL (Lifelong Learning) project funded by the European Union.
The main project contents is the development of a "European Passport" for the Education of Therapists/Teachers Working with People with Dyslexia.

http://www.dyslexia-project.eu/

 
VISION.

Every child and adult with dyslexia (and/or DYS-differences) in Europe has the right to access and to receive appropriate support and opportunity to achieve their full potential in education, training, employment and life.

MISSION.

The European Dyslexia Association is a European umbrella organisation for national and regional associations of people with dyslexia (and other DYS-differences), children’s parents and professionals and academic researchers. It facilitates the exchange of information and good practice through international networking and lobbying. In partnership with its member organisations, the EDA will challenge prejudice and ignorance to ensure that people with dyslexia are empowered to reach their full potential.

Improving Accessibility.

BrowseAloud logo BrowseAloud can read our web page aloud!

The European Dyslexia Association does not endorse any product, technique, therapy, service or organization. The information below consists of paid advertisements. The EDA does not take over any responsibility for the theses products and information

dyspel