Parent Support Groups:

 

Dyslexia Parent Network  Victoria (DPNV)

Parent support groups around Victoria have joined together to establish a state wide group - Dyslexia Parent Network Victoria (DPNV).

The groups represented are from the following areas - Bendigo, Sunbury, Macedon Ranges, and Geelong, Box Hill, Morrabbin, Langwarrin, Mornington and the Western suburbs. New groups are welcome to join at any time.

DPNV aims to

             Bring parent groups around Victoria together as one voice for dyslexia.

             Support and share information amongst groups

Over time I will add to these groups to include others throughout Australia:

Location

Name of group

Contact                       email

Bendigo

BOLD

Judy Stewart              info@bold.org.au

Sunbury

SOLD

Kerrie Bradburn       info@sold.org.au

Macedon Ranges

DyslexiClever

Marg Bush                dyslexiclever@ymail.com

Geelong

Dyslexia Support Group Geelong & Beyond

 

Deb Caroll               dyslexiag21@yahoo.com.au

Box Hill

LD Network

Deborah Zang info@ldnetwork.net.au

Moorabbin

Dyslexia Parent Network-Moorabbin

Ann Williams              awillia@deakin.edu.au

 

Gippsland

South Gippsland Dyslexia Support Group

Kerry Harvey           deanharvey68@hotmail.com

Footscray

Dyslexia Support Group West

Rebecca Cleaver     cleaver.rebecca@gmail.com

Richmond Dyslexia Victoria Support Group Heidi Gregory 2behold@gmail.com  
Square Pegs Square Pegs Dyslexia Support Tasmania  email admin@dyslexiatas.org or phone Amelia on 0417 946 341

Support Group Meetings

 

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Resources to support Adults and Children who are Dyslexic

I will gradually build a range of resources to support people who are dyslexic. The Coloured Reading Rulers have been extremely effective for dyslexics who find that when reading; the print is blurry, words moves about the page or they frequently lose their place. Wooden Alphabet Letters are so versatile and I consider a must for teaching children or adults who reverse letters, have difficulty sequencing the alphabet or have experienced real difficulty learning to spell. How to Identify, Support and Teach Children with Special Needs in the Mainstream Classroom is a manual for anyone involved with children with special needs. However it contains a lot of information that would help you identify and support children and adults who are dyslexic.
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E-mail: karen@dyslexiasupportservices.com.au