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Dyslexia Research Trust

The mission of the Dyslexia Research Trust (DRT) is to help people with learning difficulties, especially young children, to achieve their full potential in life. The DRT was founded in 1995 by Professor John Stein, a professor of Neuroscience at Oxford University, and Dr Sue Fowler, a Senior Research Orthoptist.  The DRT offers formal diagnosis of dyslexia for exam concessions, disability allowances and workplace advice. This is an Oxford University based charity investigating new and effective approaches to reading problems. Their focus is on visual and auditory difficulties and how diet and nutrition affects behaviour, and they support clinics for research and treatment, providing unbiased information about dyslexia.
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