THE LINKS ON THIS PAGE (Apart from the "generally useful" ones like BDA etc.) are either to lesser-known companies whose material we feel confident to recommend because we know the people and/or their material ourselves, or to websites that we've visited and have found useful.
Crossbow Education Ltd
Award Winning dyslexia teaching resources and Visual Stress Support including coloured overlays, reading rulers and tinted exercise books.
British Dyslexia Association site
Loads of information, support groups, helpline numbers, printable leaflets on all aspects of dyslexia, calendar of events etc. Your first-stop UK site for anyone dyslexic themselves or supporting someone dyslexic.
Special Educational Needs Dot Com
David Wilson is a teacher and researcher who has collected a wealth of subject-specific information for secondary teachers and put it together on this easy to navigate website. If you work in the secondary sector make sure you check this one out.
Another general disability site, with a good collection of Dyslexia Links. A useful "portal" for accessing a wide range of disabilities websites:
Don't miss this excellent information site: very user-friendly, with links on topics like visual dyslexia and special schools as well as resources and other dyslexia-related information.
A site to help dyslexic students in the west of England with assignments and deadlines. Work is corrected for a charge.
(Professional Assn. of Teachers of Students with Specific Learning Difficulties):
The National Literacy Trust: "Building a Literate Nation".
Information, links and resources for all things literate. Searchable database on new initiatives, current research etc. Very interesting, user-friendly site.
The One-Stop Resource site for teachers:
Not only are they efficient, friendly and successful (loads of hits every week), but they don't charge a fortune to publishers, which encourages people like those listed here.
The Word Pool
An excellent site for book reviews, children's literature, writers and aspiring writers:
A one stop hub for free advice, learning tips and ideas. Find a recommended tutor. By parents for parents by children for children. Building resources together.