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Dyslexia and Work

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If you are an employer and you have dyslexic employees, or you think one or more of your employees may be dyslexic, then the first step is finding out!

Many businesses in Shropshire have benefited from first class consultation service that Elizabeth has provided since 2007; and has this advice to offer to Employers seeking this service from others: Please ensure that who ever you choose to work with, is happy to meet with you and your employee (separately & together) to discuss any questions and/or any issues. They should talk with you and your employee about their work, the business, your needs, goals and wants, as well as talking to you both about dyslexia and completing an initial dyslexia checklist with the employee if this has not already been carried out.

A good consultant should then sign post you in the right direction for positive action, where necessary, and should then suggest service providers, tools and courses of action; some are likely to be short term plans, others long term – but all should be positive for both your employee and your business!

Did you know that some dyslexic employees may be eligible for fully-funded 1:1 specialist support? Also as an employer you may be eligible for funding to help towards the cost of equipment and training – via Access-To-Work funding: Download the employers fact sheet here.

Access-To-Work for the Self Employed

Self Employed? Yes, then you may be eligible for fully funded support and equipment!

To find out how to access funding for dyslexia support and provision click here.

 

 

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