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About Blue Sky Dyslexia

Blue Sky Dyslexia

Blue Sky Dyslexia was formed to provide a one-stop-shop for parents/ educational establishments/ workplaces and individuals, to connect with tutors and assessors easily throughout the UK. We offer a professional platform to support  tutors and assessors and also help clients access highly qualified individuals who can meet their needs. We have specialists in all areas so please check our directory and find a tutor or assessor who matches your requirements. 

Many parents can feel isolated and unsupported when they suspect their child is struggling with their learning. We are here to help and will answer your questions and concerns.

Adults with dyslexia often still need support with working to their strengths in the workplace. Our experts can help you with advice and guidance as well as arrange assessments and/or support.

There are a. number of different specific learning difficulties, including dyslexia, developmental coordination disorder (DCD), autistic spectrum disorder, dyscalculia and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).

It can be quite daunting for parents because they may see symptoms relating to several different conditions in their children and they do not know what to do or where to go. Please do not despair! Many parents have the same dilemma.

It is very common for people to have co-occurring difficulties where different conditions overlap.

At Blue Sky Dyslexia we have expertise in all learning difficulties and can provide support for all conditions. We look at the person as a whole and advise on support for their specific needs. 

It may still be important to make sure the appropriate diagnosis is given and our website can guide you to an assessor in your area. We can also arrange access arrangements for schools.

Take a look at our pages on the other specific learning difficulties and do not hesitate to ring us for a chat about your concerns.

You can also look at the neurodiversity checklist for primary, secondary or post-compulsory education learners.

Who are the Blue Sky Dyslexia team?