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@ Dyslexia Show 2024

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Stand Number: D202

.Neurodiversity Network

Do you want to achieve more and feel more confident? We educate and empower neurodivergent adults – by providing accountability and body-doubling services, group and individual coaching, downloadable resources and training. We also promote neuro-inclusivity within the workplace by providing consultation and training packages for organisations of all sizes.

Stand Number: D105

A.R.R.O.W. Teaching Technology

A.R.R.O.W. Teaching Technology is a program that uses the Self Voice to rapidly improve literacy, numeracy, speech/communication skills, English laungage learning, short term memory, listening and attention. It is suitable for all ages and abilities from those with severe learning problems to high achievers.

Stand Number: B108

Accessible Learning Foundation

The Accessible Learning Foundation – or ALF –is campaigning for better identification and support for people with neurodivergent conditions. Ensuring neurodivergent people can always find their way.

Stand Number: B405

Attentive Apparel

The sensory friendly clothing brand, spreading awareness on neurodivergent conditions!

Stand Number: B202

Autism Oxford UK Ltd

Autism Oxford UK is a blended team of peer support practitioners, nurses, speech and language and occupational therapists. Using lived experience alongside trained professionals’ knowledge, we provide diagnostic, clinical support, training, service development, social prescribing, coaching and mentoring to autistic individuals and their support network to help achieve their potential.

Stand Number: D106

Autopress Education

Autopress Education are dedicated to providing high quality resources to support teaching and learning in the UK and Ireland. Founded in 1999, we are passionate about all things learning and pride ourselves on attention to detail, in terms of product quality, pedagogical knowledge and classroom application.

Stand Number: C401

Ayoa

Ayoa is an AI-powered Mind Mapping tool for efficient task management and collaboration. It provides a comprehensive solution for students, facilitating assignment planning and collaborative engagement. Ayoa promotes diversity and inclusivity, delivering strategic solutions for all users, everywhere. It is an essential tool for modern, effective educational interaction.

Stand Number: B302

Balanced People Ltd.

Balanced People; we provide our amazing members with authentic and accessible tools to look after their mental health and wellbeing.  Our unique approach (by this we mean straight talking and humorous), and wide range of resources provide an easy way for you to proactively manage your mental health and wellbeing.

Stand Number: E306

Billy Bees Learning

Dyscalculia and dyslexia-friendly maths storybooks...beautifully illustrated and perfect for Early Years and Key Stage 1. "These books provide a different and revolutionary way of teaching maths..."

Stand Number: D102

Booost Education Ltd

Booost Education was founded in 2021 by Education professionals. Their first product, Booost, helps organise tasks, optimise time, and overcome challenges. Their second product, Luna, helps with learning through AI-generated flashcards and personalised revision schedules. Their aim is to help students, through their products, get the most out of education.

Stand Number: C103

Bredon School

Bredon School is a co-educational independent boarding and day school. The School supports children with dyslexia to achieve their potential in a caring, nurturing environment. The inspiring location, wide-ranging curriculum and vast outdoor environment enables all pupils to find an area in which to shine.

Stand Number: B203

Bruern Abbey School

A mainstream school, providing specialist education and pastoral support exclusively for boys diagnosed with dyslexia, dyspraxia or other learning difficulties. Our highly skilled and passionate specialist staff, support the boys with their academic and pastoral needs; helping them develop techniques and skills to successfully manage their learning difficulties.

Stand Number: D302

CareScribe

CareScribe is an award-winning assistive technology company based in Bristol, UK. We build software which supports people with disabilities to work and study independently. We do this through our two products: Caption.Ed and TalkType.

Stand Number: B401

Cellfield Dyslexia UK

Cellfield is a unique programme designed to bring together the skills required for efficient reading. Helping people with dyslexia and other language processing issues, unlock the power to read and reach their learning potential.

Stand Number: B603

Connections in Mind

Connections in Mind is a non-profit company committed to raising awareness of executive functions and the impact these brain processes have on children, adults, families, and within workplace and educational settings. We support students and adults in developing key skills through our expert approach to Executive Function Coaching.

Stand Number: A101

Crossbow Education Ltd

Founded by an SEN teacher and serving the dyslexia community for 30 years; creators of the Eye Level Reading Ruler and Aravis dyslexia-friendly font. Trusted suppliers of tinted exercise books, coloured overlays, synthetic phonics readers, multisensory literacy resources, pencil grips and more.

Stand Number: D203

Davis UK & Ireland

We provide programmes for neurodivergent individuals based on the discoveries of Ron Davis who overcame his severe dyslexia and profound autism. The Davis method has transformed learning and lives of thousands of individuals, addressing the root cause of each difficulty using an individual's natural way of thinking and being

Stand Number: B301

DcodeDyslexia Ltd

Mary Moran is the author of the Dcode Dyslexia(Dcode) Reading Programme, a Structured Literacy programme suitable for all learners, but especially applicable to dyslexics and other struggling readers. She wrote the programme during Covid, and it is based on the Orton-Gillingham approach to teaching reading.

Stand Number: C202

Dekko Comics

Dekko Comics transforms information and the school curriculum (KS2, 8-12yrs) into enjoyable and accessible entertainment. Dekko Comics are purpose-built to support neurodiverse learners with colour-coding, footnotes and dyslexia-friendly fonts that can help them to overcome motivational barriers in education. We aim to make learning fun and accessible for all.

Stand Number: B303

Dragon eLearning Solution

The Dragon eLearning Solution is an online training guide for Dragon users, approved by SFE and CPD certified! It has been created by a certified Dragon trainer with over 20 years experience of working with the software and is a complete step-by-step guide to this amazing app!

Stand Number: E301

Dyslexia & Dyscalculia Academy

We are a team of highly experienced assessors and specialists providing diagnostic assessments and specialist support for all age ranges, individuals, schools, organisations and workplaces either via our face to face centre or remotely across the UK.

Stand Number: B404

Dyslexia Matters

Online Accessible Courses to learn about Dyslexia Practical - Interactive - Not essay driven

Stand Number: B606

EasyRead Time Teacher

EasyRead Time Teacher have created wall clocks, watches and teaching aids that help anyone learn to tell the time. Their innovative simple step by step teaching methods and clear clock face designs mean people, of all ages and abilities, can quickly grasp this essential life skill.

Stand Number: B306

Empowering Creative Minds

Our mission is to deliver guidance and training to teachers and schools to improve support of multilingual dyslexic and literacy-challenged pupils, in the international mainstream classroom. Arming teachers with impacful, efficient knowledge and strategies in a cost-effective way, we aim to positively change the lives of teachers, learners and parents.

Stand Number: D403

FLEXITABLE

FLEXITABLES are a remarkable aid for pupils with Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, or Autism, aiding comprehension of maths principles. These multisensory number charts, crafted from flexible plastic, facilitate hands-on learning, hand-eye-brain coordination, and number tracking. Durable, wipe-clean, and meeting EN71-3 safety standards, they offer lasting educational support.

Stand Number: D103

Glean

Glean’s note taking app ensures learners and employees don’t waste the information that matters. Trusted by more than 700 institutions globally, Glean empowers 100,000s of users to reduce stress, boost confidence, and improve grades or productivity.

Stand Number: C302

Helen Arkell Dyslexia Charity

Our mission is to remove barriers to learning, employment and life for people with dyslexia, by providing expert, personal and life-changing support. We do this by providing assessments, tuition and coaching to individuals as well as training to teachers, teaching assistants, parents of dyslexic children and employers of dyslexic staff.

Stand Number: C301

IDLS Group Ltd

IDLS Group provide award winning software to help pupils improve Literacy, Numeracy and Wellbeing. All three programmes have been designed with dyslexia, dyscalculia and other SEN conditions in mind, and are widely used by 7-13 year olds in the UK and overseas.

Stand Number: D104

KAZ Type Limited

KAZ Type is an award winning company, specialising in inclusive and multi-sensory touch-typing software, accommodating mainstream, neurodivergent, hearing and visually impaired learners. Their unique Accelerating Leaning teaching method radically enhances memory retention and recall, which is why it's proven so effective – NO other typing software works in this way.

Stand Number: C102

Left n Write

LEFT ‘n Write is a small independent online store run by Mark and Heather Stewart specialising in the advice and provision of everything left-handed, with a focus on helping left-handed children excel at handwriting. They have produced many resources and run training for schools in person or as downloadable CPD.

Stand Number: B104

Listening Books

An audiobook lending charity offering 1000s of audiobooks for people with dyslexia or anyone who finds their illness, mental health, physical or learning disability affects their ability to read the printed word or hold a book. 1000s of books, newspapers and magazines are also available.

Stand Number: B101

Maple Hayes Hall School

Maple Hayes is a specialist school for children aged 7 to 17 with Specific Learning Difficulties/Dyslexia and is approved under section 41 of the 2014 Children & Families Act. Many pupils have statements or EHC plans and are placed by 16 Midlands Local Authorities.

Stand Number: D204

MatchWare

MindView is an assistive mind mapping software application that has been optimized for neurodiverse individuals and made truly accessible for users with disabilities.

Stand Number: C102

Morrells Handwriting

The Morrells Handwriting scheme encourages a focus on the pupil’s current abilities rather than adhering strictly to age-based criteria. The methods used in these resources are designed to equip a writer with the right skills to develop their handwriting so that they have legible handwriting and can write at speed.

Stand Number: E303

NATTC Ltd

NATTC is passionate about empowering organisations to reimagine how they support neurodiverse or disabled staff. By focusing on your inclusivity, you can benefit from greater staff retention, productivity, collaboration, recruitment, and profits. And we want to help you reach those heights. Access to Work specialists and free case manager.

Stand Number: D404

National Numeracy

National Numeracy is a charity dedicated to helping people feel confident with numbers and using everyday maths. Our mission is to empower children and adults in the UK to get on with numbers, sparking better opportunities and brighter futures.

Stand Number: B107

Nuance Hearing

We're a world leader in focused listening technology, changing how we manage auditory distractions and background noise.

Stand Number: E304

Oakfield Learning Ltd

Oakfield Learning's plavalmat® range of concrete maths manipulatives has been specifically designed to support those who have difficulties with learning maths. Our resources can help pupils to develop better conceptual understanding of a wide range of mathematical concepts. Help children master maths with #plavalmat

Stand Number: C201

OrCam UK Ltd

OrCam Learn is tailored for students facing reading and learning challenges, including Dyslexia and ADHD. It offers interactive and personalized AI support, reads text out loud for improved accessibility, and assists with reading fluency and accuracy, translation from English, dictionary usage, and comprehension.

Stand Number: B106

Patoss Ltd

Our mission is to help people with Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLD) succeed in their education and workplace by nourishing the professionals who teach, assess and support them.

Stand Number: D201

SEN Books

UK's leading special needs bookshop covering dyslexia, dyscalculia, ADHD, autism and books for literacy and numeracy skills. We supply dyslexic adults, schools, tutors and parents. Please check out our stand at the Show or visit our website.

Stand Number: A105

SEN Legal

SEN Legal is a highly successful specialist education and disability law firm with a national client base. With a vast range of expertise, we act solely on behalf of parents/young persons in SEND Tribunal Appeals, Disability Discrimination, Deputyships, Court of Protection, Judicial Review, Social Care, Personal Budgets and Exclusions Appeals

Stand Number: B105

Scanning Pens

Scanning Pens is an award-winning portable assistive technology company based in the UK, founded ] With Jack having dyslexia himself, he wants to make sure both adults and children across the world within the neurodivergent community have the necessary tools to read confidently.

Stand Number: A102

Sensory App House Ltd

Sensory Readable for Windows takes text-to-speech and visual readability to the next level. This innovative, cost effective, software provides spoken feedback of the words under the mouse, making reading accessible. It can assist with reading difficulties, slow reading speeds, or those who prefer to listen while interacting with their computer.

Stand Number: B305

SoftEnglish Global

We are exhibiting our “untraditional” learning and teacher training products to help non-readers achieve fluency in reading, despite their dyslexia. This program is effective for both native English speakers and ESOL individuals. This includes digital courses, teacher training resources, practice books, and games. We want to establish contacts & collaborations.

Stand Number: E305

Spot On With Numbers

Spot On With Numbers is a concrete and pictorial learning tool specifically developed to promote number sense. The range of products include a Games Pack, Number Bonds Pack and Early Intervention Programme. Each pack supports the varying needs of children with Dyscalculia or Maths Learning Difficulties.

Stand Number: B102

TTS Special Direct

We have an extensive range of resources to support children who have Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia and Speech and Language difficulties. Through our work with SEN experts we have a range of inclusive resources that support children in every aspect of their learning and development.

Stand Number: B402

Teach Outdoors Ltd

Teach Outdoors supports teachers, schools, and families to utilise outdoor spaces for teaching and learning. We prioritise active learning while embracing well-being as a core value to create memorable learning experiences. Our innovative training, support, and resources empower you to guide children towards realising their potential.

Stand Number: E101

Texthelp

At Texthelp, we believe everyone deserves to understand and be understood. Our technology tools help build confidence at school with reading, writing and maths. We’ve already helped millions of students to understand more and achieve more. And we’re ready to help millions more.

Stand Number: C101

The British Dyslexia Association (The BDA)

The British Dyslexia Association is the voice of dyslexic people. We believe that everyone with dyslexia should be empowered to reach their full potential. Our work employs three strategies: setting professional training standards; engaging with stakeholders through our helpline, webinars and events; offering support and advocating for policy change.

Stand Number: D501

The Dyscalculia Network Cic

The Dyscalculia Network CIC is a not-for-profit community interest company, run by volunteers to support and advocate for people with dyscalculia and maths learning difficulties. Our work is spread across three areas: educational support, campaigning, and raising awareness of dyscalculia and maths learning difficulties across the UK.

Stand Number: B304

The Dyslexia Shop Ltd

We have a real passion for providing high quality products that make a real difference to learning and everyday life, both in education and at home. We pride ourselves on providing outstanding expert and friendly customer services. We have one of the UK’s largest selections of products for SEN.

Stand Number: B205

The Levels School

The Levels School is an independent specialist day school offering high quality education and exemplary pastoral care to students with dyslexia and co-occurring difficulties. As a result, many of our students have a range of complex, specific learning, social communication and emotional difficulties.

Stand Number: B502

The Reading Doctor

The Reading Doctor is a tuition and school intervention service, founded by Deborah Salsbury. Deborah, a qualified primary school teacher, initially began her career as a teacher in Bromley, Greater London. Over time, her role evolved into specialised group intervention teaching, focusing on providing access to learning for all students.

Stand Number: B605

The Specialist Tutoring Co

Founded in 2019 by two specialist tutors, The Specialist Tutoring Co provides qualified and experienced SEN and mainstream teachers who deliver tailor-made lessons to suit individual learning needs. This also includes exam preparation for entrance exams including 8+, 11+, 13+, GCSE and A'Level. Lessons are one-to-one and in small groups.

Stand Number: A104

The Unicorn School

We are a specialist, independent day school for children aged 7 to 16 years who have Specific Learning Differences. We are a small, nurturing school with 120 pupils. Providing a cherishing environment and specialist teaching, we bridge the gap between our pupils’ current performance and their potential achievement.

Stand Number: A103

Trugs

Trugs is a systematic synthetic phonics group of resources to enable anyone to help a child/student to progress their level of reading/spelling. The structured decodable card games combines the professional phonics side of learning with the fun side of playing card games.

Stand Number: B601

VA Matchmaking Services

Our mission at VA Matchmaking is to connect businesses with the ideal virtual assistants. Through intuitive matching, we pair individuals based on their skills, personality, and expertise, fostering long-term, positive relationships. In 2023, we established a Hub dedicated to supporting business owners who are Neurodiverse, catering to their administrative requirements.

Stand Number: C203

Whole School SEND, nasen

Whole School SEND provide a wide range of resources, training and support to improve provision for learners with SEND in schools and FE settings, through the DfE-funded Universal SEND Services Programme.

Stand Number: B107

edtech.direct

We are your trusted partner in the realm of educational technology, dedicated to transforming teaching and learning for educators and students alike. Come and have a look at Lili for Life and Nuance hearing on our stand!

Stand Number: C203

nasen

nasen is the National Association for Special Educational Needs – a charitable membership organisation that exists to support and champion those working with, and for, children and young people with SEND and learning differences. Join as a member for free to access resources and support.

Stand Number: D301

neurobox

We’re a leading workplace adjustments provider, dedicated to fostering inclusive and accessible work environments for disabled and neurodivergent individuals. Our goal is to make the workplace a level-playing field – one where everyone thrives and reaches their full potential.

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