Dyslexia University Tutoring

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Dyslexia Support Consultancy offers one-to-one study skills support for students with Dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD, Dyscalculia ASD, etc that are entitled to the Disability Student Allowance.

This can be arranged Face-to-Face or over Skype.

Support can be offered in:-

  • Improving reading comprehension
  • Academic writing
  • Establishing priorities
  • Developing, planning, organisation and extended writing skills
  • Reading for research
  • Essay writing
  • Grammar
  • Study planning and organisation
  • How to study – graphic organisers, mind maps
  • Writing techniques
  • Subject specific learning  tools, websites and Apps

 

Tuition is in line with the SpLD Assessment Standards Committee (SASC) and the NMH recommendations for administering specialist support sessions.

Why choose Dyslexia Support Consultancy?

Testimonials

"This lady really is amazing. I've just returned from an assessment with my 11-year-old son who is an anxious boy who gets easily stressed and frustrated at just the mention of the word test. So given this I felt nothing but guilt putting him through an assessment, but in my heart I knew it was the only way to find out what his education requirements were. To my amazement and to this lady’s credit my son was all smiles at the end. Which made me feel so much better and relieved having spent the duration of the assessment worrying how he was getting on. He is my second child to be assessed by Sarah-Louise, my daughter’s results were clear, concise and understandable with in-depth information regarding the results and recommendations to help my daughter both at school and at home. Sarah-Louise Jeffries comes with my children’s seal of approval. I most definitely would not hesitate to recommend her to anyone that asked."
Sandra (Surrey)
"Sarah-Louise assessed my daughter for dyscalculia and her very thorough report formed part of the application for her EHCP. It enabled us to give a fuller picture of what our child’s challenges are. Her assessment revealed things that we weren’t aware of. There was no one else we knew of who was able to do this assessment for us so we were very grateful.”"
Louise (Hampshire)