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About Us

All members of Dyslexia Specialists Ireland (DSI) are practising and experienced teachers, accredited by The Teaching Council of Ireland. We are all graduates of the first programme offering dual accreditation in the area of dyslexia in the Republic of Ireland – a level nine M. Ed. in SpLD/Dyslexia certified by DCU and Associated Membership of the British Dyslexia Association  (AMBDA). Members of DSI also hold an Assessment Practising Certificate (APC).


These professional awards accredited by British Dyslexia Association – AMBDA/APC are international qualifications which recognise the holder’s ability to undertake the assessment of dyslexia. These qualifications together with the M. Ed. in SpLD/Dyslexia, a specialist teaching qualification, reflects the competences, knowledge and professional skills identified by the International Dyslexia Association, and the International Literacy Association.

 

Members of DSI can provide an excellent service both in the evaluation of literacy strengths and difficulties and in the creation of tailor-made tuition programmes.

DSI members work with primary and secondary level students.

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Our Mission Statement

Dyslexia Specialists Ireland is an organisation of specially trained teachers established to support and advocate for children with dyslexia. 

What We Offer

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We offer both online and in-person tuition. Take a lood at our Tutors and Assessors section for more details.

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All members of our team have been specially trained to assess for the presence of dyslexia. All members hold an Assessment Practicing Certificate and AMBDA membership. See our about section for more information on dyslexia assessments.

Check out our section on courses and CPD for more.

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Quality Information

All members of DSI have indepth knowledge of dyslexia, having completed the Masters of Education in Specific Learning Difficulties (Dyslexia). Any questions? Take a look at the information section of our website "What is Dyslexia?" or email us. We are happy to answer your queries. 

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