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Learning to live with dyslexia is an emotional journey for any child and their family. Getting the appropriate help can be a real challenge, as there are so many programs and services on offer, and not all of them are effective. Inspired Education Services aims to help families navigate their way through this journey, by providing supportive advice, using evidence based teaching methods, and offering comprehensive cognitive profiling. Sarah has a wealth of experience, a track record of achieving good progress, and the appropriate qualifications to work with students with dyslexia. At Inspired Education Services, we evaluate the strengths as well as the needs for each learner, then utilise these areas of strength to address needs.

Many behavioural problems exhibited in classrooms, such as ‘acting the clown’, being disruptive, or remaining very quiet are often due to underlying learning difficulties. Once a child is given the right support, these problems can often be reduced or even eliminated. Inspired Education Services aims to raise dyslexia awareness and train teachers so that students with dyslexia can access classroom learning more effectively, and enjoy acaedmic success.


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Dyslexia Assessment

Our assessment process fosters self-awareness and self-acceptance, and provides a range of strategies to help overcome the challenges of dyslexia

Training & Advisory Services

Our training aims to improve academic outcomes for all students, and incorporates practical, low cost, evidence based teaching practices to support students with specific learning difficulties.

Expert Advice

Support and education sessions for individual parents, teachers and university students

Dyslexia Tutoring

Helps students to understand their own learning style, build self-esteem, and develop skills and strategies they can use to achieve more fully in school and beyond

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“It always seems impossible until it’s done.”

Nelson Mandela