How can I find a DSF tutor?

If you are not a current DSF member please apply now and select the 'Access to Tutor Finder' option. You will have access to the Tutor Finder for four weeks. If you don’t manage to find a tutor within this time or the tutor finder page does not help you then please contact the DSF office.

Existing DSF Members need to provide student information and request access to find a tutor.

Learn more by visiting our Tutoring page.


How can I support DSF?

You can find out ways to support DSF here.

What services do DSF offer?

DSF offers a number of services designed to assist families and individuals.

Find out more.


What does a membership entitle me to?

  • A 5% discount on all resources available from the DSF Online Store
  • Loan items from the library
  • Discounts on workshops and clinical services
  • Hard copies of the DSF Bulletin delivered to your door
  • Download all past issues of the DSF Bulletin
  • Download resources only available to members
Find out more about becoming a DSF member,


What is Dyslexia?

Dyslexia is a specific learning disorder that is neurological in origin, meaning that it is brain-based. It is characterised by difficulties with accurate and fluent word reading and by poor spelling and decoding abilities that do not progress as expected with the provision of well-intentioned and targeted intervention.

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