Workshops for Parents and Guardians

This comprehensive Dyslexia Course for parents and guardians is designed for: 

  • Those whose children are struggling with their learning.  
  • Those who are concerned their children may have dyslexia.  
  • Those with children diagnosed dyslexic. 
  • Those who just want to learn more about the condition. 
  • It is suitable for parents of primary/secondary/college/uni age and it is open to school staff too.   

The course is held in Norwich and Ipswich. For details and to book click here.

On this course you will learn: 

  • What dyslexia and other Special Learning Differences (SPLD’s) entail.
  • Why learning to read, write and spell can be so hard for dyslexic learners.
  • What fantastic strengths dyslexics have and how to develop these.
  • How to support your dyslexic child in their learning • How to boost your child’s self esteem
  • How to communicate effectively with schools to help get the right support for your child.  

For details and to book click here.

Dyslexia is a much misunderstood learning difference.  Dyslexic minds process information differently. This divergent, lateral thinking has created some of the world’s greatest inventions, brands and art. Yet dyslexia is still perceived as a disadvantage.    

This two part course, designed by Zoë Brown, a dyslexic, dyslexia specialist, will give you essential information about dyslexia.   You will leave empowered by the knowledge, skills and ability to help your child with reading, writing, spelling, homework and self confidence.

Each workshop is £45 but if you book them both together you save £10 and only pay £80 for the whole course.   For more details and to book here.

Previous workshop attendees have said:  

“Fantastic! Thank you so much.  I feel so grateful for your knowledge and information you shared.”    

“Thank you for an excellent workshop.  I learnt a lot.”      

“Zoë’s talk was fascinating. I learnt so much about dyslexia. She blew away many of my misconceptions too.”    

“It’s great to hear someone being so positive about Dyslexia. Thank you for opening our eyes!”



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