Birmingham Adult Dyslexic Group

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The Birmingham Adult Dyslexic Group is the leading authority on dyslexia and related issues.

Our Vision

To bring down the barriers and prejudices faced by dyslexics on a day-to-day basis.

What the badg does

At badg we break down the barriers faced by people with dyslexia, specific learning difficulties and illiteracy, encouraging them to achieve their potential. We campaign for change by influencing the public policy agenda at national and local level. We set the standards which is best practice expected of individuals and organsiations working with people with dyslexia through our training programmes. We do our best as a registered charity and the support of our volunteers and members to support all who need our help through our local helpline, then hopefully I have the confidence to come to our monthly meetings followed by our weekly meetings at Selly Oak Library.

How you can help

badg is a registered charitable organisation and relies on our loyal members and contributions to provide the help, training and support we currently offer. You can contribute in any of the following ways:

  • by making a donation.
  • donating you skills and expertise.
  • fundraising on our behalf.
  • making badg the charity of the year for your company.
  • working with the badg through sponsorship.
  • writing us into your will

How to send a donation

You can send a donation to us by cheque or postal order. Please make all cheques payable to Birmingham Adult Dyslexic Group, and send donations to the following address:

Birmingham Adult Dyslexia Group
Stirchley Library
8 Bournville Lane
B30 2JP

Charity Credentials

The badg are a registered charity, our charity number is 1054605.


If you have any questions regarding sponsorship of the badg, please contact William Ford via the telphone numbers or email address below.

Mobile: 0798 605 4301
Office telephone: N/A

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