The NNDA operates a drop-in session at Norwich City College on the first Saturday in each month.
If you think that your child may be dyslexic, you can drop in and chat about your concerns with a variety of people, including independent parental supporters from Parent Partnership. As a result of this discussion your child may be offered the opportunity to be screened. This is done using computer software and shows whether or not they are likely to be dyslexic.
There is also a range of leaflets available that can signpost people to other relevant organisations if they need any further assistance.
NNDA needs your help.
If you have some spare time and would like to be involved in supporting the NNDA, please ring Elizabeth at Parent Partnership on
01603 704070 or email
and your details will be passed on to the association.
Volunteers are needed to help with administrative duties as well as at the surgery. If you would like to support parents at the surgery you will need to complete the Parent Partnership IPS training (information about this is on the first page of this newsletter).