Aspire2inspire Dyslexia CIC (not for profit) is the first social enterprise organisation based in Wandsworth, bringing awareness of Dyslexia and other specific learning difficulties such as; Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia and Irlen Syndrome within the community and encouraging entrepreneurship amongst Dyslexics. We support dyslexic adults who want to return to education, self-employment and we also offer employability skills. Our aim is to provide one to one support to adults and children who want to reach their full potential by identifying their skills and talents and utilising them to the best of their ability. We believe with the right support in place, you can reach your goal in life. Aspire2inspire Dyslexia is about helping the individual, we will empower you by believing in you and supporting you.
Carried out by our specialist with an Assessment Practising Certificate.
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Our Screening test is designed to give an indication of possible dyslexia.
Here at A2i Dyslexia, we are all about serving our community and giving back, helping Dyslexics reach their full potential and to view their Dyslexia as a strength. We welcome donations of any amount which will go towards further project developments and supporting our fellow Dyslexics. Thank you in advance for your generosity.
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A2i Dyslexia helped my daughter Chloe's when she was struggling with spelling and reading in Year 4. Her confidence was rock bottom and this was affecting her school work in general. Her teacher was kind but seemed reluctant to say whether they thought she could be dyslexic; it felt like I was just being a fussy parent. When I contacted A2i, Elizabeth met us, listened to Chloe’s story and did a quick assessment based on what we told her. Being dyslexic herself, Elizabeth understood how Chloe was feeling and that really made a difference. Elizabeth quickly arranged a full diagnostic assessment for Chloe which identified she is dyslexic with issues around verbal processing and phonological awareness. Having this report and recommendations was a game changer as it gave me hard evidence to give her school and the confidence to ask for things like extra time in tests and support with reading and writing. A2i also provided Chloe’s wonderful tutor, Patricia, who is still working with her 3 years on. Pat tapped into Chloe’s creative side and used this to engage Chloe in her learning. She also does periodic assessments so we can see the progress Chloe is making. Working with Pat on a weekly basis has made the world of difference to Chloe and they have a lovely relationship. By the end of Year 6 in her mock SATS Chloe achieved 76% for Reading Comprehension and 83% for Spelling, Punctuation & Grammar and she was assessed to be Working at Greater Depth in her Writing. Most importantly, Chloe is now a much more confident girl. While she still struggles with some aspects of written work, her Year 7 teachers report that she is a confident, engaged and enthusiastic learner. Chloe's key worker at secondary school is now in touch with Pat so that she can more closely support Chloe’s English curriculum. I’m eternally grateful to Elizabeth, Pat and the team at A2i for their support, efforts and encouragement of Chloe. I’m hopeful that Chloe will continue to develop and that dyslexia won’t be a such a huge barrier to her learning. Thank you!
My daughter is very happy attending the homework club, she learns by having fun in a creative way
The workshop was very useful, I learnt so much about organisational skills, and time management as dyslexic these are some the areas I struggle with the teacher was very thorough.
Hi, A2i cannot explain it how you change my life around word cannot explain it. I am so happy the day when Mark send me to see you. I am so grateful to you and pat to turn my life around this session is so short but you taught me a lot about myself Elizabeth thank you thank you so much. What you has done for me my mum could not done it It's a blessing the way you and pat work with me thank you for your help and time and patients. You changed my life all over.most of all you always speak positive thing to me most of all you always been gentle patient and kind thank you for being there for me you always telling me just believe in yourself you didn't treat me no different from yourself because you have been through it as well. Thank you
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