Serving Children & Adults (Reports are recognised in all educational settings)
Going to University in 2019?
Diagnostic Reports written after your 16th birthday can be used as evidence to apply for Disabled Students' Allowance. Book your DSA Assessment in good time so that funds will be available at the start of your new term.
"Thank you for all your help and kindness. Today I finally passed maths with a C grade. You have given me hope that one day I will go to University and achieve that life long goal! Thank you" Mrs B
"I found Julie to be knowledgeable and helpful. She enabled us to look at learning strategies to help our daughter in the future. The whole experience was really positive. My daughter felt very comfortable as it was done in a non stressful environment with lots of care and consideration to her needs. The formal report was extremely helpful and in-depth and time was given to go through this and answer the questions it raised. I would 100% recommend Romiley Dyslexia Service". Mrs C
"Natalie was anxious about being assessed, but Julie immediately put her at ease with her open and friendly manner. We received a comprehensive report along with future recommendations to guide her learning and development. A thoroughly professional service." Mrs Pierce
"After wondering why our son didn't appear to be progressing with his reading as quickly as his peers, hadn't changed book bands all year and his teachers didn't appear to know why, my husband and I decided that it was time to take matters into our own hands. We knew that there must be a reason our son wasn't making the progress we knew he was capable of. After searching for possible reasons, we decided that we needed to have a dyslexia assessment carried out. Julie assessed our son, she quickly put him at ease and he enjoyed doing her work. Due to the relaxed atmosphere Julie created, he talked openly about how he felt reading and learning. Julie has provided us with a report and recommendations to put strategies in place to support our son with his learning to enable him to reach his full potential". Mrs Greer
"Very good! All our concerns were listened to and taken on board. Hopefully we can now get exactly the right support for our son. Thank you." Mrs Steevens
"Dyslexia is a learning difference. It is not associated with intelligence or lack of motivation. Diagnosing dyslexia is so much more than receiving a label. It is about making sense of why a person is struggling and why unexpected behaviours exist. Without this understanding a person is vulnerable to low self-esteem and disengagement. In my experience, diagnosing dyslexia is empowering as it leads to educational and emotional benefits. Access to the right support opens the way for the person to achieve all they are capable of whether at school, college, university or the workplace." Julie