Credit & Acknowledgement to:
The Dyslexia Website is very appreciative for the contributions that have made to this website, In particular we would like to thank :
Dr Gavin Reid for developing the sections show ’how dyslexia effects children and young people in the school and home’ and the links to resources.
Professor Angela Fawcett and Emma Wilson Specialist Teacher, Pembrokeshire County Council for the development of the dyslexia checklists.
Professor Angela Fawcett and Professor Rod Nicholson for developing the assessments for pupils with Specific Learning Difficulties.
Professor Angela Fawcett for providing the seminars
Children and young people from Pembrokeshire for their input to the ‘I Can’ film
Nichola Jones Head of Inclusion and Disabilities for her overarching input to the development of the website.
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