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Our Sponsors and Supporters!

by | Dyslexia Show, Exhibitor/Sponsor

We are less than two months away from the Dyslexia Show and Dyscalculia Show 2024, scheduled for the 15th and 16th of March at the NEC in Birmingham. These shows bring together an incredible community of like-minded individuals who are dedicated to supporting those with dyslexia, dyscalculia, and neurodiversity. Organisations working in this field recognise the value of collaborating with the show to connect with the community, gather feedback, disseminate information, and align themselves with a unique brand. 

We are delighted to announce the generous sponsors for the Dyslexia and Dyscalculia Show 2024: 

Lead Sponsor – Texthelp: Texthelp returns for a second year, offering the Texthelp Lounge, where you can relax, enjoy a cup of coffee, and engage in conversations with the Texthelp team. 

Lead Sponsor for Workplace – neurobox: neurobox is dedicated to building neuroinclusive workplaces. 

Gold Sponsor – Orcam: After a successful show last year, Orcam joins us as a gold sponsor for 2024. 

Silver Sponsors – Mind View and Bredon School: We are pleased to have Mind View and Bredon School as silver sponsors for this year. 

Returning for a Third Year – SEN Legal: SEN Legal will provide their legal surgery and host talks to support parents in the education, health, and care plan process. We are extremely grateful for their continued support. 

Registration Sponsor – CareScribe: Care Scribe has come on board as our registration sponsor. 

We cannot deliver this show without the incredible support of our partners and supporters, including the Unicorn School, TTS Special Direct, the SEND Group, SEN Magazine, Studying with Dyslexia Blog, Schools Mailing, and the SEND Cast. We are proud to have the British Dyslexia Association and the Helen Arkell Dyslexia Charity as our charity partners. 

To all those who wish to get involved and support the show, please find more information here. 

If you haven’t registered yet for the UK’s leading exhibition dedicated to dyslexia, do it today here!