What is Dyslexia?

Dyslexia is a specific learning difference that makes it difficult for people to read, write and/or spell. It has nothing to do with the person’s intelligence. Often, weaknesses may be seen in areas such as of language development, memory and sequencing. Having dyslexia does not mean that your child’s ability to learn is below average.

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Embrace Diversity

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Assessment

Assessment

We offer psycho-educational assessments for primary and secondary school students. 

How DAS can help?

How DAS can help?

DAS provides a one-stop centre with a full range of services to help individuals with dyslexia and other specific learning differences. We offer assessments, programmes to support individuals with dyslexia. DAS also organises awareness talks to increase public education about dyslexia.

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