Dyslexia Solutions

All partners hold postgraduate diplomas and assessment practising certificates (APC) that qualify them to advise assess and support dyslexic/ dyspraxic adults. They have extensive experience in colleges and the workplace and are recognised national trainers.

Sue Allen

  • Following a career working as a dyslexia tutor and coordinator Sue continues to tutor students studying at university and is a freelance assessor.
  • She has considerable experience of working with both dyslexic/ dyspraxic teenagers and adults in a variety of further education colleges.
  • In addition to her strong links with dyslexia she has been involved in local and national initiatives and was a regional trainer for the literacy strand of the Skills for Life initiative.
  • She is a member of the Professional Association of Teachers of Students with Specific Learning Difficulties (Patoss).

Ros Lehany

  • Works part time as the dyslexia/ dyspraxia specialist in a performing arts HEI where she is responsible for screening, assessing and supporting students with a range of specific learning difficulties.
  • Has extensive experience of developing and delivering specialist dyslexia training in a wide range of business and educational settings and has also developed accredited trainings for dyslexia specialists.
  • Between 2008 and 2012 Ros was the chair of the Association of Dyslexia Specialists in Higher Education (ADSHE). This role involved working strategically at a national level.
  • Committee member (Co-founder) of Living Dyslexia which is a support group for adult dyslexics in Leeds.
  • Ros is a member of ADSHE and the Dyslexia Guild.





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