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The Dyslexia Institute is changing its name and branding

‘The Dyslexia Institute is changing its name and look. From May 2nd we will be called Dyslexia Action and we will have a new logo and a new look for our materials, website and signage.

Dyslexia Action is the working name of the Dyslexia Institute, created on its merger with the Hornsby International Dyslexia Centre.’

The new website address is: www.dyslexiaaction.org.uk

Margaret Jackson, Principal, Leeds Dyslexia Action

 

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