Here at A2i, we are more than aware of the difficulty that those who have Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, and/or Dyscalculia face, not just in their day-to-day life, but in the academic world as well. It can be hard in both school and university when you face...

Workshop over Zoom for those enrolled with our Black Thrive project on employment for those with Dyslexia and other associated conditions. This workshop will focus on using your creative strengths....

This month, A2i Dyslexia have begun work with Black Thrive in order to provide much needed funding and education to residents of Lambeth. We want to provide both workshops and direct help to enable Lambeth residents in the black community to be able to create...

Welcome back to our blog! Our last post of our COVID19 response series is all about reaching your full potential and becoming your best self. After the lockdown rules, many of us were faced with a new unknown reality and forced to adapt new methods of...

There's a pandemic. We’re on lockdown. We’re tired, possibly angry and frustrated. How do we solve this from the comfort of our own homes? Here are some top tips to overcoming frustration and anger during COVID19. Recognize what you are going through. Acknowledging what is happening...

With the new ways of working during the COVID19 pandemic, it’s easy to feel a loss of confidence and self-worth within yourself and adapting to the new changes. Your self-esteem is extremely important as it supports the way you view yourself, the way you interact...

We’re back with another post, this one is all about Dyslexics practicing self care, mindfulness and relaxation whilst navigating and adapting to the new ‘normal’ during the COVID19 pandemic. Let’s start off by understanding that mental well being is just as important as our physical wellbeing...

Welcome back A2i Community! We hope you’ve been staying safe and well during these unprecedented times. Today's post is all about dealing with your anxieties and fears through COVID19 and navigating as a Dyslexic through the pandemic. First, lets establish some possible signs of anxiety, some...

Hey Dyslexia community! We hope you’ve all been keeping well since our last post. Today’s post is taking care of your mental health and wellbeing during COVID19. With most daily services rapidly moving online, many Dyslexic’s and those with SpLD’s may face the fear of having to...