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Free Seminar on Dyslexia for Adults

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Free Seminar on Dyslexia for Adults


Thursday, April 02, 2015 




Free Seminar on Dyslexia for Adults

Are you an adult who is unsure if you have dyslexia or not? Do you have questions about how to get assessed, what an assessment involves, or paying for an assessment?

The Dyslexia Association of Ireland will be holding a free seminar on Monday 13th April, 6 pm – 8 pm.

Venue: 5th Floor, Block B, Joyce’s Court, Talbot Street, Dublin 1.

Topics covered will include:

  • Indicators of dyslexia
  • How to get an assessment
  • Paying for an assessment
  • What an assessment involves
  • Next steps after getting assessed

A guest speaker will also be in attendance to share some of his personal experiences in relation to dyslexia, which may be of interest to adults who have recently been diagnosed.

No need to pre-book, just turn up on the night. Please email info@dyslexia.ie or phone 01 877 6001 if you have any questions. 

For more information on the Dyslexia Association of Ireland click here.

For more information on Dyslexia and the impact on career see our Disability Guide:

The CareersPortal Team