Welcome to the Cornwall Dyslexia Association
WE UNDERSTAND DYSLEXIA
We know about its problems
We can offer help
Our aim is to support the needs of dyslexic children and young people in education and adults in the workplace. To achieve this we raise public and professional awareness of dyslexia and campaign for appropriate provision for dyslexics in local schools and colleges, and appropriate support in the employment sector.
We offer advice and guidance to dyslexic people, family and friends, and provide training for those in the statutory or voluntary sector, in business, education or employment services.
Drop-in Centre, Basement, 14 Lemon Street, Truro TR1 2LS
Please contact us if you have mobility difficulties
We are now taking bookings for dyslexia screenings for individuals so please phone or email for an appointment.
- Information and advice through our helpline and drop-in Centre in Truro.
- Information sheets on a wide range of topics to do with dyslexia.
- Training workshops for those working in, the statutory or voluntary sector, in business, and those in education or employment services.
- Parent support workshops.
- An annual dyslexia conference for education providers.
- Talks and workshops on a wide variety of issues to do with dyslexia.
Dyslexia Advice and Information Centre now open!
Our new Dyslexia Advice and Information Centre is now open at 13 Kenwyn Street, Truro. We are now taking bookings for dyslexia screenings and assessments so please phone or email to make an appointment. (Leave a message on the 01872 222911 number)
We will normally be open Tuesday mornings, Wednesday afternoons and Thursdays until 4pm, but please phone first to check opening times, as we are still offering a reduced service whilst we get the project set up.
or 01872 222911 (Please leave your contact details on the Voice Mail and we will reply as soon as we are able)
Our Helpline 01872 274827 is now operating as normal.
Our Penzance drop-in Advice Sessions are still running on the first Thursday in every month (10 - 12). At the Penzance Country Market which is currently operating out of the Acorn Theatre, Penzance.
JOIN THE CDA
If you would like to join the CDA the cost is still only £10 year and this will keep you in touch with all the events and activities we have planned over the next year. You will also receive the British Dyslexia Associations Contact Magazine 3 times a year as well as a regular newsletters from the CDA. Please use the form on the News page rather than the Membership page as due to problems with the website we have currently been unable to update this with our new address.
We have been sent a survey that a student is conducting on the impact of childhood bullying on self-esteem in adult dyslexics. If you are interested in taking part please go to our Adult or News page to find more details.
Click on at the top of this page to find out more about the accessibility tools available.
Many thanks to Chris Waters from Caboodle Collective for the cartoons used throughout this website.