Local Offer
Services for children and young people in Northamptonshire (aged 0-25) with special educational needs and disabilities.

Northamptonshire Dyslexia Association

Type of service:
Advice And Information
Address:
20 Norton Road, Daventry, Northamptonshire, NN11 4GX
Telephone number:
01327 703626
Mobile number:
07976430959
Service description:
Helpline: 01604 530959 (answerphone only)

Our Vision: A dyslexia friendly society enabling all dyslexics to reach their potential.

Our aim: To support the needs of all dyslexics, by breaking down the barriers faced by people with dyslexia.

Dyslexia affects at least 10% of the population.

The Northamptonshire Dyslexia Association (NDA) is a county- wide charity, which has been providing services for those with dyslexia for the past 30 years. The NDA is affiliated to the British Dyslexia Association (BDA) and forms part of a network of almost 100 local Dyslexia Associations throughout the UK.

The NDA receives no funding, and relies on membership subscriptions and the work of its volunteer Trustees to maintain its services.

We offer information advice and guidance to schools and teaching professionals, parents of children and young people, adults, partners and friends of dyslexics, with our small team of helpline volunteers - all experts in their field, covering all aspects of Dyslexia and other Co-occurring Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLD)

We also work closely with employers to raise awareness of dyslexia within the world of work, promoting good practice guidelines in becoming a dyslexia-wise employer with help to make ‘reasonable adjustments’ to meet the requirements of disability law. Equality Act 2010 (Disability Discrimination Act 1995)

Other support can be obtained on our website and our managed register of specialist qualified tutors, assessors and screeners.

We offer a variety of services including the following:

- Confidential Helpline and Befriender service
- Screening and Assessment Services for children and adults
- Local Specialist Tutors/Assessor Directory
- Events: e.g. Meetings, Conferences, Open events
- Dyslexia Awareness Training workshops for: Parents,
Schools/teachers and Employers and professionals.
- Support for Parent groups
- Joint membership of NDA/BDA (British Dyslexia Association)
Cost:
Contact provider for details
Age range:
5 years - 99 years
Languages:
English
Eligibility criteria:
  • None (no Criteria For Eligibility)
Referral route:
  • Self Referral
Last updated on:
24/04/2017
Location map:

​Is this information incorrect?

If you are the provider of this service and your details are incorrect, please let us know by completing our online form.

If you need to register your service please fill out our online registration form.

Updated budget timeline 2018/19

View on Facebook
Northamptonshire County Council

Northamptonshire County Council

about 22 hours ago

Save someone in need. Give the gift of life.

If you needed an organ transplant would you have one? We’re campaigning with NHS Blood and Transplant to educate young people about #OrganDonation. M...

View on Facebook

Signing up to NHS register as a young person means that someday you could save lives as a donor—by leaving behind the gift of life. Help save someone ...

View on Facebook

Breast Cancer - Be Clear on Cancer

Today, Public Health England are launching their Be Clear on Cancer ‘breast cancer in women over 70’ campaign. If you've noticed changes to your breas...

View on Facebook

Over the next few days we will be sharing quotes from some of the older children in care and the difference their foster carers have made to them. Co...

View on Facebook

Northamptonshire Shared Lives service for vulnerable adults rated outstanding

View on Facebook
17/02/2017 15:57
Test
22/12/2016 09:10
test highways news release
31/08/2016 22:00
Northamptonshire County Council’s Cabinet will next month (September 6th) discuss plans to add an additional 105 new places at Wollaston Community Primary School.
31/08/2016 22:00
This summer’s Women’s Tour was watched by a record-breaking 80,000 people in Northamptonshire – 12,500 more than last year.