If you are unsure where to start - PDC offers online dyslexia screening, this service is advised as being the best place to start, and from there we would suggest a consultation - you can book your consultation online today - please allow 2 days between day of completing the screening and day of the consultation - when booking.
PDC provide a full range of dyslexia assessments and SpLD assessments, if you require something bespoke, we will be able to help.
Our screening service will help you decide if you should book an assessment. The results are completely confidential and you will be contacted to discuss the results and the best options for you. The screening is not a full dyslexia assessment and is not a formal diagnosis of dyslexia, however, it provides a good indicator of problems and helps us to ensure you get the best service and advice. PDC offer a range of testing services - not just dyslexia testing.Adult Dyslexia Symptom Checklist
Adult Dyslexia Screening is the first step in our assessment process. Click the button to register interest in Adult Dyslexia Screening. If you are a new client, and have not spoken to us before, please complete the screening and we will contact you to discuss the results.
Click the button to register interest for children and adolescents up to the age of 16. It is best completed with family members and the person being assessed. If you are a new client, and have not spoken to us before, please complete the screening and we will contact you to discuss the results.
Our range of assessments are designed to provide the fullest picture and understanding of the individuals' biggest challenges in context of their activities and as such will identify any learning difficulties. We always recommend starting at stage 1. complete the screening form, free online - please just select from one of the three form options below, you can also book a consultation online now.book a consultation
All our assessment forms are available to complete online.
They are designed to highlight any difficulties and provide information about you and your life.
Discover more about the process of assessment, the costs and potential outcomes it provides. Receive a tailored plan of action and advice in relation to your online answers and circumstances.
The importance of ensuing your physical health is good is essential and will cover eyesight, hearing, speech and other possible medical issues.
The assessment takes around 4 hours to complete and is comprised of tests that look at different areas of learning and development.
Once the assessment is finished there will be a brief summary and, if possible, you will be given a diagnosis on the day.
During your follow up conversation you will have the chance to ask any questions and discuss the recommendations, funding and support that you could apply for.
Register for interest for dyslexia testing to use in schools and private or home schooling environments.
It is the first step in obtaining further information in deciding whether a full dyslexia assessment is required.
Register for interest in an Access to Work Assessment. This allows background information to be gathered and allows a tailored assessment to take place in regards to the workplace needs required.
This is the first step in proactively taking control of your situation and dyslexia testing. Designed to find out if additional support and equipment may assist you in finding work and completing your duties on a daily basis.
Register for interest in a Workplace Needs Assessment.
Take the first step, designed to gather some background information, from the company about the individual, their working responsibilities and challenges.
Once complete, a workplace needs assessor will carry out the assessment at the workplace.
Fill out a form online and book a consultation.
Support and individual contact to ensure your needs are met
Book your timeslot online - -15mins - 30 mins -1 hour
If you need help or advice with any of the questions below - please contact us.Contact Us
This might be to discover if you are dyslexic or may be required as an update if you were previously assessed when you were much younger. The assessment will help you to discover your strengths and weaknesses which will be very useful to you moving forwards.
Your report will provide useful information about your strengths and weaknesses, together with recommendations to help in education and work. It is normally an in-depth document containing the results of your assessment, presented using standardised scores, together with a description of your test performance. It is normal for an adult to need help to understand the report; this is because some of the language is quite technical which, regrettably, cannot be changed.
If your assessment was carried out by another centre and you would like help to understand your report, please contact us to arrange a consultation.
What you do with your report is up to you. However, it is in your interests to make sure your work, university, college or school is aware. They should be able to help you access the support you need which might include assistive technology or skills development. It is your decision as to whom you share the contents of your report with but, if you are in the workplace, it may be beneficial for you to provide your line manager and any relevant colleagues with a copy of the recommended reasonable adjustments. The report is yours and this means that you will need to give your permission before colleagues have access to the contents.