Where to go

Where to Go & what to look for

Whether you’re in the heart of a busy metropolis or alone in the Aussie outback, Code Read Dyslexia Network knows someone who can help.

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WA Department of Education

Providing ongoing strategic development, management and coordination of policy, resourcing, services and support for students with disability.

Dyslexia – SPELD Foundation of WA Inc (DSF)

DSF has provided vital support to West Australian children and adults with learning disabilities for over 40 years. It provides advice and support to families and educators on successful literacy acquisition, evidence-based practice, and the strategies most likely to improve literacy outcomes for all students. This includes supporting and advising students, adults and families directly, as well as indirectly through the support and advice provided at a school or employment level.

TAS Education Department

Information and contact details for supporting student needs

Square Pegs dyslexia support and advocacy Inc

Square Pegs is a volunteer run not-for-profit which aims to improve recognition, understanding and action for children with dyslexia, so that all children can enjoy learning and reach their potential.

South Australian Department for Education

Dyslexia Community South Australia

Dyslexia Community South Australia is an Evidence Based Facebook Support Group


SPELD SA is a non-profit organisation that provides advice and services to children and adults with specific learning difficulties and those who care for, teach, and work with them.

Queensland Department of Education

Dyslexia QLD Support

Dyslexia QLD Support is a closed Facebook group consisting of proactive parents and teachers who are advocates for children with dyslexia. Their focus is to increase awareness, share information and provide support to parents, teachers and students on issues involving dyslexia.

SPELD Queensland

Speld is a not-for-profit organisation whose aim is to support people experiencing a learning difference. Working in partnership with Education Queensland, we are located beside the Reading and Autism Hub and provide services to State, Catholic and Independent schools, across the State and to clients ranging in age from 4 to 74.

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NSW Department of Education Disability, learning and support

Find information on how to gain personalised support for students

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