Where to Go

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.

National Australia Wide

Dyslexia Support Australia

Dyslexia Support Australia is an Evidence Based (Closed) Facebook Group with strict rules about advertising and the promotion of non evidence based methods for dyslexia.

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Australian Dyslexia Association

The Australian Dyslexia Association is a NFP Organisation who provide services to adults and children, schools and individuals.

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Auspeld

AUSPELD is the – Australian Federation of SPELD Associations

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New South Wales

Speld NSW

SPELD NSW is a Public Benevolent Institution whose mission is to provide advice and services to children and adults with specific learning difficulties and those who teach, work with and care for them.

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Dyslexia NSW Support Group

Dyslexia NSW Support Group is a closed Facebook group consisting of volunteer parents and professionals aimed at supporting people with dyslexia, parents, teachers, tutors, and others wishing to share and learn information about dyslexia and its treatment.

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Dyslexia NSW Mid North Coast Support

Dyslexia NSW Mid North Coast is a closed Facebook group consisting of pro-active volunteer parents and professionals 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.

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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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Queensland

SPELD Queensland

Speld is a not-for-profit organisation whose mantra 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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Dyslexia QLD Support

Dyslexia QLD Support is a closed Facebook group consisting of pro-active 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.

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Queensland Department of Education

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South Australia

SPELD SA Inc

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.

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Dyslexia SA

Dyslexia SA is a not-for-profit volunteer group of parents, community members, educators and health professionals concerned with the well-being and success of people with dyslexia and dyslexia type learning needs.

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Dyslexia Community South Australia

Dyslexia Community South Australia is an Evidence Based Facebook Support Group

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South Australian Department for Education

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Tasmania

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.

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TAS Education Department

Information and contact details for supporting student needs

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Western Australia

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.

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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.

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Victoria

SPELD Victoria

SPELD Victoria’s purpose is to assist the estimated 5-10% of all Victorians with Specific Learning Difficulties to achieve their full learning potential. They achieve this through the provision of direct service delivery, information, advocacy and awareness raising amongst the wider Victorian community.

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Dyslexia Victoria Support Forum

Dyslexia Victoria Support Forum is a closed Facebook Support Group

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Dyslexia Victoria Support

Website linked to Dyslexia Victoria Support Forum on Facebook

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Victoria State Government Education & Training

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Australian Capital Territory

Dyslexia Information for the Canberra Region

Dyslexia Information for the Canberra Region Facebook Page

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ACT Education Directorate

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Northern Territory

Dyslexia Support Australia

The Northern Territory is lacking in NFP Organisations to direct you to, however we strongly recommend connecting with the group Dyslexia Support Australia on Facebook for advice on assessment and evidence based help.

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NT Department of Education Students with Disabilities

The resources below support teachers with their obligations under the Disability Discrimination Act and the associated Disability Standards for Education (2005).

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