The DAS is a one-stop centre which provides a full range of services to help dyslexics. We are composed of a multi-disciplinary team of psychologists, speech & language therapists and educational therapists. This group integrates with the team of lecturers, marketing and operations teams to educate professionals, teachers and parents on dyslexia and how to support a dyslexic child. This approach ensures that the physical, social, psychological, emotional and even financial needs of the DAS students are looked into.


We offer psychological assessments and specialist teaching to children between the ages of 6 and 17 years old. Dyslexia screening tests are also offered to pre-school children between the age of 4 years 6 months and 6 years 5 months. 

Our assessments look at the child's profile of cognitive (thinking) abilities and their reading and writing ability using a set of internationally recognised scientific tests.

If we find that your child would benefit from our educational programme, we will recommend the enrolment of your child on our programme. We use a 'structured multi-sensory approach' to teach phonics (the foundations of reading and writing) to your child.

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Main Literacy Programme (MLP)

MLP provides a comprehensive and quality curriculum to support students with dyslexia facing literacy challenges, delivered by highly trained professionals.

Learn more about MLP

Specialised Educational Services (SES) Programmes 

SES, a division of DAS, offers other types of programmes such as English Exam Skills, Maths, Chinese, Speech and Drama Arts, Speech and Language Therapy, Preschool Early Literacy Intervention.

Register of Educational Therapists (Asia) – RETA, is an initiative by the Dyslexia Association of Singapore to bring together practitioners in the field of Specific Learning Differences and Education, while recognising their professional status and endorsing their qualifications at the same time.  Being part of RETA encourages continuous professional development and supports Educational Therapists.

RETA Members will have access to training and activities such as Focus Groups and Case Management discussions which are organised for members to attend and interact with other professionals. We also encourage members to conduct short trainings and/or workshops for fellow members with the aim that members build their Professional Development portfolio.

As parents, if you are unable to meet the schedule for classes at the DAS, you have the option of getting in touch with some of our RETA members who are available for Private Consultations.

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