Contact Us

The RDA Committee is made of volunteers who are parents and/or teachers of children with dyslexia.
If you have any questions please contact us via email at info@richmonddyslexia.org.uk.

Helpline – info@richmonddyslexia.org.uk or Monyra Ispahani 020 8241 1111

Chairperson – Sophie Camilleri 07872 552406

Courses – Juliet Stoker juliet.stoker@btinternet.com

Befriender – Eleanor Wright – 020 8892 3322

Newsletter Editor – Alison Shafiee – alison@east.eu.com

 

Or you can e-mail us via this link

5 comments for “Contact Us

  1. January 28, 2015 at 7:35 pm

    Dear Richmond Dyslexia Association,
    Re: Dyslexia Reading Help.
    We know you do great work in helping & supporting Dyslexics and keeping members up to date with new technologies and assistance in reading. Please take a moment to look at the new FREE App ‘HandyBook’ that has been designed to help Dyslexics read easily.
    ‘HandyBook’ is a Dyslexia e-reader App for android tablets & phones, a simple download from our website handysoftware.co.uk or the Google App Store. It is designed after a year consultation and trials with specialist Dyslexia teachers, associations and experts to read eBooks and Word Docs. Almost all documents can be converted to Word with numerous Apps/programmes easily available, making all school books, homework, exam papers etc easier to read for students or in the work place. School tests have shown improved reading ability by up to 650% and concentration improvements by up to 300%.
    Please try the FREE App that has a number of free eBooks and Word Docs to demonstrate how it improves reading and we hope you will find it beneficial and will be able to inform your members. Like most educational tools / help, the full license cost (only £4.95) can usually be reclaimed through ‘DSA disabled student allowance’, ‘student finance’ and ‘access to work schemes’ to name a few so is a free lifetime tool for anyone struggling to read.
    Yours sincerely

    Andy Martin
    Direcor
    Handysoftware Ltd

  2. rachel corah
    February 20, 2015 at 11:46 am

    Hello, I think my daughter may have dyslexia and am not sure who I should get to assess her.do you have any recommendations? I’ve heard many educational psychologists do not offer much great insight for £700 and sometimes do a bit of a cut and paste job with their reports. and I’m not sure who to trust.

  3. Eleanor Logan
    February 28, 2015 at 2:52 pm

    Hi

    I am looking for a dyslexia tutor for my 11-yr-old daughter in the Sheen area. I wonder if anyone would be able to help.