Date
18 July 2019

Organisations, programmes, and resources

Build your learning network to access specialist support. It will help you design the most effective learning environments for students with dyslexia.

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Out-of-school teaching programmes

Out-of-school teaching programmes

Familiarise yourself with out-of-school dyslexia support programmes. 

Explore the National register of organisations providing information and support for young people with dyslexia compiled by Dyslexia Foundation of New Zealand.

Having an overview of the different teaching approaches will support more informed discussions with parents and whānau and provide continuity for students.

OpenDyslexic font

OpenDyslexic font

Introduce students with dyslexia to the free, open-source font, OpenDyslexic.

The OpenDyslexic font has been designed to increase readability for readers with dyslexia.

It can be used for any purpose or project, including education, commercial projects, books, ebook readers, apps, websites and personal use.

The OpenDyslexic font can be downloaded from the OpenDyslexic website.

 

Useful resources

Useful resources

Website

Members: Dyslexia solution and information providers

Publisher: Dyslexia Foundation of New Zealand

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Website

4D 4 dyslexia: The new thinking paradigm

Publisher: Dyslexia Foundation of New Zealand

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Website

How to support a child with dyslexia

Read time: 6 min

Publisher: Ministry of Education | Te Tāhuhu o te Mātauranga

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Next steps

More suggestions for implementing the strategy “Identify needs and how to provide support”:

Return to the guide “Dyslexia and learning”

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