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New dyslexia portal

Teaching and Learning Resources , Dyslexia
Skills for Life Network

A web resource for adult dyslexics and those supporting them

The site is developed and managed by Chorlton Workshop, a community adult education centre in South Manchester. The site has been designed with dyslexic users in mind, so there are lots of graphics and friendly fonts!


Click on the site map (in the shape of a brain) and you’ll find a lively mind map that tells you what’s on the site. You’ll find an Experience Exchange (noticeboard) and a Dyslexia area, with sections on what is dyslexia, recent research, learning styles and dyslexic talents. There’s an interesting collage of famours dyslexics. The Learning Room has info and reviews on books, videos, tools and computer software. 


Click on www.dyslexic.org to visit the site.


 


 

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