West Wales Dyslexia Association

The aim is to help people who are dyslexic: adults, children and their families, to learn how to overcome their problems and make the most of their potential; to collect and provide information about dyslexia; to encourage better understanding in schools and by teachers; to call for better educational facilities.  

Services Offered: We aim to keep up to date with local schools and educational services and provide support for teachers and parents, and for all those involved in higher education. We support adults with dyslexia and liaise with employers. We give advice and understanding and assessments for both children and adults. We hold meetings with speakers on different aspects of dyslexia and other learning difficulties where you can chat informally and share experiences. We have a Newsletter to keep you up to date with our work. Members receive Contact, the magazine of the British Dyslexia Association. A Help line is available between 6pm and 9pm on weekdays. HELP LINE :- 07702 665799.

Address: Private address

Public Access At This Address: No

Website: http://www.wwda.co.uk

Contact Name: Claire Sykes
Position In Organisation: Chair

Contact Address:
171 Gower Road,
Swansea
SA2 9JH

Contact Mobile: General helpline: 07702 665799 (weekday evenings)

Contact E-mail: westwalesdyslexia@gmail.com

If Parking Is Available Please Describe Your Parking Facilities? Not applicable

Status Of Organisation: Voluntary/Charity

Opening Times: Irregular

What languages Do You Use Within Your Organisation? English

Affiliations/Qualifications:The Association is affiliated to the British Dyslexia Association and run entirely by volunteers and funded by subscriptions and donations.

Charity Number: 1003503 (Click http://www.charity-commission.gov.uk to access the Charity Commission Site)

Cost of Membership/Charges: Family membership £15 per annum. Associate membership £20 per annum. Members receive a newsletter to keep you up to date with our work and Contact magazine of the British Dyslexia Society.

Publications Produced: Contact magazine of the British Dyslexia Society

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