Dyslexia awareness centre

To help us to achieve our goal of a dyslexia friendly society, we work hard to raise awareness of dyslexia and to challenge common misconceptions.

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Do you think your child is dyslexic?

Discover the signs of dyslexia here


Dyslexia Advice

Offering dyslexia information, advice and services

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Dyslexia awareness events

One way we do this is through awareness events - these range from a yearly week-long campaign known as Dyslexia Week to running local dyslexia roadshows.

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Dyslexia Ghana

Dyslexia Ghana is a non-profit organisation supporting and working with children and adults with Dyslexia/ Dyscalculia/ Dyspraxia/ Dysgraphia.

Our aim is to support everyone to reach their potential best.

We work in conjunction with mainstream schools supporting struggling children with their schoolwork. Working one on one with children using the Davis Method, we successfully bring together learners of different learning styles, giving them a knowledge based on Symbols & Concepts Mastery which helps them to participate fully in life and their academic work.

Our Services

Dyslexia Assessments

Dyslexia Ghana offers a range of assessments for children and adults. Our assessments are carried out by experienced specialist Assessors, Teachers and Psychologists in Ghana and UK.


TTRS - Touch-Type, Read & Spell

A highly accessible, multi sensory course that teaches touch-typing, reading and spelling at the same time.



This is part of our commitment to raise awareness of dyslexia and specific learning difficulties and to have a dyslexia friendly society.



We specialize in screening, assessing and addressing Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia, and creating awareness of these conditions.

News and Events From Home & Abroad

Joy Thomas

Out of Africa Dyslexic ! My dyslexia, then known as “Word Blindness”, was recognised when I was in primary school Read More

by Dyslexia Ghana / Oct 16, 2023 / 7

Jacqueline Adjimah

My nephew has dyslexia, I noticed this when he was around 5 years but got his diagnosis in 2022. We Read More

by Dyslexia Ghana / Oct 16, 2023 / 51

Julie LaRosa

Every dyslexic has their champion. The person who never gave up on them and never stopped advocating for them. For Read More

by Dyslexia Ghana / Oct 13, 2023 / 6

Rebecca Naa Kai Adjetey

I have a 9 years old dyslexic son, he was diagnosed dyslexic at age 8. Before his diagnosis and assessment Read More

by Dyslexia Ghana / Oct 13, 2023 / 7

Evan Thomas

I have seen my wife overcome her dyslexia with appropriate support, and she is now helping others with effective interventions

by Dyslexia Ghana / Oct 6, 2023 / 8107