DAI Workshops

We offer specialist, individual tuition in small groups to students (6-18) with dyslexia; including the emotional and confidence aspects of dyslexia. Workshops also provides support and advice for their families. Workshops runs for two hours, once-a- week, during the autumn and spring terms. The tutors are qualified teachers who have undertaken additional training in teaching methods best suited to students with dyslexia.

One-to-One Tuition

DAI maintains a list of tutors nationwide who are willing to offer individual tuition. These are trained teachers who have also taken a course in teaching children and adults with dyslexia. A good tutor can help someone with dyslexia to develop their skills and their self-esteem. One-to-one sessions can be tailored to each individual’s needs and pace of work. Sessions can be focused on the specific areas where the individual is currently struggling.

Readable Project

The Readable Project is an online book club specifically designed for young people with dyslexia. Each group has 6 young people who are of a similar age and enjoy stories centred on the same theme. It is facilitated by a qualified teacher who has been trained in how best to support young people with dyslexia.

Dyslexia and Me

Dyslexia and Me is a workshop we offer for children and young people to help them understand what dyslexia is and how it affects individuals as well as working to build their self esteem and resilience. The workshop also engages in myth-busting in a fun peer to peer environment.

Assistive Technology Online Courses

For parents and educators supporting children with learning challenges.

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Assistive Technology Basics


There are so many devices and apps out there today, but knowing where to start can be difficult! Stop Googling and join me in this 3-part video training to find out which device your child or student needs to succeed, plus the helpful features you should start using right away.

Getting Started with Technology


In this self-guided online course for families, James Northridge will teach you how to use apps, software, and accessibility features on your Windows laptop or Apple iPad to support your child's learning throughout primary and secondary school.

If your child struggles with reading, writing, maths, or organisational skills, this library of how-to videos and tutorials is for you!


Assistive Technology for Education


In this self-guided online course for teachers, SNAs, and educators, James Northridge will teach you how to use apps, software, and accessibility features on Windows laptops and Apple iPads to support students who have dyslexia, dyspraxia/DCD, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, or ADHD.

This 20-hour course includes a Certificate of Completion from the CPD Standards Office—a great option for Croke Park hours!

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