Dyslexia Scotland exists to inspire and enable people with dyslexia, regardless of age and abilities, to reach their potential in education, employment and life.

Did you know...

The charity is based in Stirling, Scotland and has a network of volunteer-led branches around the country. They provide a range of information, advice and services to people with dyslexia and those who support them. They also influence and achieve positive change for people with dyslexia, which affects 1 in 10 of the population, is life-long and can be hereditary. It is recognised as a disability under the Equality Act 2010 and is also described as a ‘learning difference’.

What makes Dyslexia Scotland different

Dyslexia Scotland has a small team of 6 and has a network of dedicated local and national volunteers to help them deliver their services across Scotland. They also have a team of Ambassadors and 'Young Ambassadors' who help them raise awareness of dyslexia and give people with dyslexia an individual and collective voice. The charity also works with a wide range of professionals, employers, policy-makers and service providers.

Other ways to support

Aside from choosing to support Dyslexia Scotland at Savoo, you can also help by volunteering, offering in-kind support, raising greater awareness about dyslexia and helping to tackle the stigma that can still exist for people of all ages with dyslexia. Supporters can also do sponsored events and wear a ‘blue ribbon’ during Dyslexia Awareness Week each year.


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