Entering 10 years!
Establised 31st January 2007 – The Dyslexic Dyslexia Consultant (The DDC)
Since 2007 The DDC has been responsible for training over 2000 professionals, in various businessess, schools, colleges, Universities & organisations. Offered support & guidance to 2200+ people, worked with hundreds of local dyslexics including: Adults & children, parents & families, professionals & businesses, individuals & groups, and has enjoyed every moment! – Thank you.
Find us on facebook & twitter @EliTheDDC
Services for Adults
- Specialist Dyslexia Tuition & Support that is always tailored to meet the needs of the individual.
- Qualified Read Write Training
- Dyslexia Adult Screening Tests (DAST)
- Dyslexia Awareness Courses & Training
Services for Trainers
All training is tailored to meet the needs of your staff and organisation e.g. Dyslexia Basics, Dyslexia Awareness, training on the different Specific Learning Difficulties/Differences (SpLDs). 100% positive feeback for nearly 10 years!
Services for Employers
Specialist Dyslexia / SpLD Consultaiton, Advice & guidance as well as 1:1 support for dyslexic employees or Dyslexia Awareness training for staff i.e. HR, E&D, trainers & managers.
The best way to find out how The Dyslexic Dyslexia Consultant can help you is to make contact. You can email or phone to arrange a consultation, we look forward to hearing from you.
"Without the support of my tutor, my dyslexia would still be a taboo subject but thanks to Eli I am shining and I’m not afraid to progress and explore new things." October 2015
Becci Dickens - Administration Support Officer – Area Managers
Hi Eli, ...Just wanted to let you know I have been accepted to study Paramedic Science at University, Wouldn't have been able to get this far without your help...thank you for everything :)
it was lovely to meet you... Thank you for the wise words and the support you offered...I got the book and am finding it very intersting! :-)
“All very informative, relevant & interesting”
“...you have changed my life for the better and allowed me to read those strange papery thingies covered in black wibbely lines...”