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Key Contact: William Ford
Helpline Mobile: 0798 6054301

Last update:  Tuesday 18 May 2021: 


Is giving notice that we will no longer be a registered charity due to the last 12 months which has been an issue to all of us which has led to the inability to find new trustees and appropriate funding therefore we will no longer be operating as a registered charity in the future.

 However on a positive note we are looking to become a non-profit organisation with charitable status.                                                                                                                        On a positive note we will continue to provide free of charge with no conditions to help through general knowledge and information to help people move forward via our helpline and email.

This will continue for at least 12 months however due to financial restraints we will no longer be able to provide any other help and support including face-to-face meetings.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     BDArt (Birmingham Adult Dyslexic Art)  Will Also continue to operate for the next 12 months.


 In between this we will try and bring to you more appropriate and up-to-date U-tube video information.



badg launched its new video news: Dyslexic UK News


This news is specifically for Text/Print Disabled People for example Illiterate – Dyslexics – Neuro Diverse – Autistic – Physical Disabled People – Visually Impaired/Blind and all who support or are interested in the challenges and difficulties and barriers we face on a day-to-day in education and the workplace.

Unsupported video site.

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