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Dyslexia is a common Specific learning difficulty primarily affecting reading, writing, and spelling skills, but it does not impact intelligence. It's estimated to affect about 1 in 10 people in the UK. Signs of dyslexia can be identified early in school and include slow reading and writing, letter confusion, poor spelling, and difficulty following written instructions.


However, people with dyslexia often excel in creative thinking and problem-solving. Support for dyslexia includes educational assistance, specialised teaching techniques, and assistive technologies. 


Dyslexia is more than a reading and writing issue; it affects self-esteem and can lead to depression. Our dyslexia correction program, inspired by the US model and incorporating strategies from Dyslexia Scotland, enhances not just academic performance but also boosts confidence, social skills, and emotional well-being in children.

Alexa Young, CA


When to suspect Dyslexia

Dyslexia is creative

They Can be creative


Good at seeing solution

avoid reading

Avoid Reading/writing

Low resilience

         Low self esteem

Do not like school

      Don't like school

Dyslexia angry

       Get angry quickly

Download Dyslexia Checklist


Our Process

How we access Dyslexia and other Neurodiversity 


Neurodevelopmental assessment 

Our trained Paediatrician will perform a Neurodevelopmental assessment to rule out intellectual disability, Genetic causes or brain injuries. 


WISC 5 assessment 

Based on the Neurodevelopmental assessment some children might need a complete WISC assessment. This provides a comprehensive report of their strengths and difficulties. 


Dyslexia Assessment 

At Geniuslane, we use Kaufman test of Educational achievement to access reading/writing/Maths provides in-depth assessment and evaluation of key academic skills



We provide final diagnosis and support based on these assessments. Children are often misdiagnosed and not supported without diagnosis. 

We provide training, strategies and support to the child and families. 

Our Parenting Strategies for Specific Learning difficulties

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