Approach your Local Education Authority.
Help with tuition fees may be available, but funds are very limited. Applicants are required to give details of their personal circumstances and obtain a reference from somebody who knows the family.
If you are unemployed contact your local Employment Service office. Local Learning and Skills Councils (LSCs) may be able to part-fund accredited courses for Teaching Assistants.
Some employees are willing to meet fees for assessment and/or specialist tuition. Lions, Round Table and companies might also be able to help.
These are sometimes linked to the local Dyslexia Association groups - or Friends of the DI. Ask at your local Centre.
These are listed in:
"The Directory of Grant Making Trusts" (pub. Charities Aid Foundation) - available in libraries;
"The Educational Grant Directory" by Luke Fitzherbert and Michael Eastwood;
"A Guide to Grants for Individuals" available from: The Directory of Social Change, Radius Works, Back Lane, London NW3 1 HL.
If your GP refers for assessment, private medical insurers may consider paying the assessment fee. Some GP fundholders may be able to pay.
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