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Adult Dyslexia Assessments

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Assessments for adults by our Helen Arkell Specialist Assessors (HASAs) are usually sought to establish an individual’s strengths and weaknesses, the nature of any difficulties they may be experiencing and to provide advice on future action. The Wide Range Intelligence Test (WRIT) is used, as well as a variety of literacy and cognitive assessments.

An adult assessment can be used to help you gain the correct support in the workplace. The report will be tailored to meet your individual needs and will include recommendations for reasonable adjustments and skills development, if appropriate.

Students entering higher education may also need an adult assessment. On entering higher education students are required to provide a report that has been carried out after they have reached 16 years of age. The report will be tailored to meet the requirements of the student at this stage of their education and will include reasonable adjustments, if appropriate, for university.

If you are a higher education student living in England you may be eligible to apply for a Disabled Students Allowance (DSA). To find out more go to

To book an assessment

Please contact us or complete our Adult Assessment Questionnaire online form.

“ I am very pleased to say that I had the interview with adjusting to take into account my dyslexia and I heard last night that I got the job.  It is great to get such good news…. I really appreciate the effort you and J went to to get the letter out so quickly, so a big thank you to both and the rest of the team at the centre.”  LY

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