Dyslexia Scotland - working from home
This is to let you know that as from 4 pm today, Friday 20th March, all Dyslexia Scotland staff will move to working from home
until further notice, as a result of advice from NHS Inform and the Scottish Government about the spread of the Corona virus. We have spent this week working with our IT support services ensuring
that all staff are prepared for this.
If you need to get in touch with the office, in the first instance, please email email@example.com or, if you already have the email address for the person you wish to contact, do use that. If you really do need to call, use the main line number (01786) 446650 and you can leave a message. Your voice message will automatically be forwarded to one of our emails and the appropriate person will respond. Please note there might be a small delay.
The helpline will be running as per usual. If someone does need dyslexia advice they can call the helpline number on 0344 800 8484. Please do not use this number for general calls.
We will regularly update our website with any changes in this connection, at the following link: www.dyslexiascotland.org.uk/news/coronavirus-update.
It is the time of year when the Spring Edition of our magazine would normally be distributed and it is delayed due to the current situation. Until we can distribute this, I have attached a digital copy and hope you enjoy it. I'll email later to get your feedback. :)
Everyone at Dyslexia Scotland wishes you all good health, stay safe and keep well.
E-mail the branch: firstname.lastname@example.org
It’s now much easier to join or renew your membership of Dyslexia Scotland online!
Dyslexia Scotland now has the facility to pay for your membership or renewal online. We hope that by reducing the need to fill in forms and post them to us it will be easier for more people to show their support.
The following link explains all the benefits of membership and the simple steps you need to take to join online. Please note that it is also still possible to join using a printed membership form.
DSSE is run by a committee of volunteers. At present we are in need of some help and so if you can help in any little way then please get in touch. We have a membership of over 130 and try to provide support to encourage and enable dyslexic people, regardless of their age or abilities, to reach their potential in education, employment and life
Helpline - Dyslexia Scotland runs a confidential Helpline which offers advice and guidance on dyslexia-related issues in Scotland. Helpline enquiries can be made by telephone, email or webchat. The Helpline is run by trained and experienced staff and volunteers.
Available from Monday to Thursday 10 am - 4.30 pm
Friday from 10 am to 4 pm.
call 0344 800 84 84 or
For general advice please phone: Dyslexia Scotland on 01786 44 66 50