ScreeningA dyslexia screening test is often the first step for a parent of a child who is struggling with literacy, or an adult having difficulty managing paperwork in the workplace.
Who benefits from a dyslexia screening test?Anyone aged 7 and above where dyslexia may be an issue, especially if family members are dyslexic. You or a child may have:
What will the assessment tell me?
Please note: a dyslexia screening does not measure IQ or intellectual ability. In line with best practice, Indigo does not conduct screening tests on children under the age of 7.
What will happen on the day?
Please bring any dyslexia tests you or a child have had in the past.
A specialist teacher with a postgraduate qualification in teaching dyslexics will discuss your current situation and answer any questions relating to dyslexia. They will guide you through the testing process, explain the results and talk about any futher action and support.
Everyone is unique. Your advisor will take this into account when discussing where to go next. Some issues you may wish to discuss:
Even if the test comes out as a low probability, we will advise you on next steps and any issues that may have been flagged up.
How long does a screening test take?
A screening may last 1-2 hours, depending on individual situations.
£64.00 (inc. VAT) per person.
How do I arrange a screening test?
Please call the Indigo Dyslexia Centre on:
Helpline: 0845 347 9322
Indigo Dyslexia Centre Norfolk: 01603 766 761
Indigo Dyslexia Centre Suffolk: 01473 215 762
Compare different levels of dyslexia testing.