Researchers at Oxford University are looking at how dyslexic children and autistic children process sensory information and how this compares to children without a developmental condition. They are looking for children aged 6-14 years to take part who have a dyslexia diagnosis. Children will play a fun computer game where they are asked to work out the direction of a set of moving fireflies and also do some language and reasoning activities and ask you to complete some brief questionnaires.
They can see you and your child after school, at the weekend or in the school holidays. Families will be given a voucher to thank them for taking part and will reimburse travel expenses to the University. If you are interested in your child participating, or would like to find out more, please contact Dr Cathy Manning: [email protected] / 01865 271442. By getting in touch you are not committing to participate in the study.