Use the search below to find information and resources designed to support people with learning difficulties and specific learning disorders. DSF Members can also access past issues of the DSF Bulletin and other member only resources below.
This quick reference guide provides a wealth of information about specific learning disorders, suitable classroom accomodations and additional information about associated processing weaknesses that are commonly found in students with learning disorders.
Parents and teachers often report feeling overwhelmed by the sheer volume of information currently available on the topic of dyslexia. This document discusses how dyslexia is assessed and diagnosed, and addresses some of the myths around when students can be diagnosed.
Download this information sheet to learn more about structured synthetic phonics and the sounds of English.
This poster provides information about the scope and sequence of several high-quality structured synthetic phonics programs.
Download this free resource which answers a number of common questions about structured synthetic phonics and how best to teach phonics in class.