- New Level 5 course for the FE/HE sector. Starting April 2014|
- Golf Day - Friday 16th May 2014|
- A FREE training session - Understanding Dyslexia|
- Easter 2014 Courses - Touch Typing, Revision, GCSE Study Skills and Personalised Learning|
- Professional Summer School 2014 - Understanding and Supporting Dyslexic Individuals|
- Parents’ Course! NOW IN BUCKS! JOIN US! – Hints, Encouragement and Liaison for Parents|
- Dr David McLoughlin 'Getting ready to be an adult' - 15 March 2014|
- Interview dates for 2014-15 OCR courses now released|
- CPD session on ADHD delivered by Fintan O’Regan|
- Parents Course — Hints, Encouragement and Liaison for Parents!|
- Level 5 CPD Course – Using and Understanding a Range of Standardised Tests - March 2014|
- CPD: Writing Diagnostic Assessments for adults 16+ Wednesday 28 May 2014|
- CPD: Writing Diagnostic Assessments for ages 7 to 16 - June & July 2014|
- The Dyslexia Bookshop, our exciting online bookshop|
- The Helen Arkell Spelling Test (HAST2) now available|
- HADC is offering a new mentoring service to newly qualified Level 7 candidates|
- 2014-2015 Professional Courses Information|
- Are you going to University?|
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New OCR Diploma Course ‘Teaching Students with SpLD in Further and Higher Education’
Become a confident, qualified, professional specialist tutor working within the SpLD field at Further Education and Higher Education levels.
The course is unique.
It is delivered through a blended learning approach combining just 16 days of attendance with on-line resources and delivery!
It is the fast track to achieving your goals.
And means you will spend less time away from your job.
Click here to find out more about : ‘Teaching Students with SpLD in Further and Higher Education’
We want you to join us, so contact us soon!
We are very sorry to announce the death of Joy Pollock co-founder, with Helen Arkell of the Helen Arkell Dyslexia Centre.
Her funeral will be held on Wednesday 5th March at 3pm at Arborfield Church. She will then be buried in the church yard at Arborfield Church after which there will be tea, sandwiches and cake in the church hall.
Anyone who knew Joy is welcome to come and celebrate her life.
At HADC dyslexia is our speciality
We believe dyslexic people are special, and we specialise in dyslexic people. All dyslexics are individuals, and a large part of our work is dedicated to identifying those children and adults alike who are faced with the challenges of dyslexia.
Dyslexia is much more common than most people think and affects as many as one in every eight people. If identified early most dyslexics quickly learn to cope well, are at no real disadvantage in life, and often find their dyslexia a positive asset in later years.
New Level 5 course for the FE/HE sector. Starting April 2014 >> Golf Day - Friday 16th May 2014 >> A FREE training session - Understanding Dyslexia >> Easter study - Touch Typing, Revision, Study Skills, Personal Learning >> Professional Summer School 2014 - Understanding and Supporting >> Parents’ Course! NOW IN BUCKS! JOIN US! >> Dr David McLoughlin 'Getting ready to be an adult' - 15 March 2014 >> SpLD Assessment Standards Committee survey >> Interview dates for 2014-15 OCR courses now released >> CPD: session on ADHD delivered by Fintan O’Regan >> Parents Course — Hints, Encouragement and Liaison for Parents! >> CPD: Writing Diagnostic Assessments for adults 16+ 28 May 2014 CPD: Writing Diagnostic Assessments 7 to 16 - June & July 2014 >> Level 5 CPD – Using and Understanding a Range of Tests >> The Dyslexia Bookshop, our exciting online bookshop >> What it is like to be a working adult with dyslexia? >> HADC offers mentoring to newly qualified Level 7 candidates >> Organising chaos. Article by Bernadette McLean published in SEN >>Watch a video of The Edith Norrie Magnetic Letter Case >> Join us on twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook >> Are you going to University? >>
We offer a range of assessments and consultations for students and adults alike. You can download pre-assessment forms as the basis for an initial discussion… to read more
HADC provides one-to-one teaching support for dyslexics of all ages. Tuition takes place at the Centre, at home or in school, with programmes tailored to a style best suited to the individual learning requirement… for more about support click here.
A major focus at HADC is to train and develop the next generation of dyslexia teachers and experts by offering nationally recognised teaching qualifications suitable to deliver special needs support at all levels… for more about courses click here.
HADC is a registered independent charity that receives no grants or aids from central or local government or other central sources. We exist and survive solely due to individual and corporate generosity… if you would like to help click here.