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The Helen Arkell Dyslexia Centre

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Arkell Lane Frensham
Farnham, Surrey - GU10 3BL England
Phone: 01252 792400
Website: http://www.helenarkell.org.uk

At Helen Arkell we offer dyslexia support and advice to anyone who may need it, whether they think they have dyslexia or care for someone who may have dyslexia.

We support children and adults alike. We offer dyslexia assessments, consultations (for children or adults) and specialist tuition.

We provide high quality dyslexia training for teachers and TAs and in-service training for schools and colleges.

We support employees and employers in the workplace through assessment, skills support and dyslexia awareness training.

We offer a variety of courses on dyslexia and related topics delivered by experienced professionals – something for everyone!

And we have the most amazing shop on site at our Centre in Frensham, brimming with books, games and learning resources! You can also order our unique Helen Arkell products and all our stock through our website shop: www.helenarkell.org.uk/shop

Together we inspire people to believe in themselves, achieve their goals and succeed on their own terms.

The Centre was founded by Helen Arkell, Joy Pollock and Elisabeth Waller and first opened its doors in London on 26 April 1971. It has been based at its current location in Frensham, Surrey, since 1987.

Helen Arkell received an MBE in 1999 for her work in dyslexia and further royal recognition followed in 2003 when she was honoured as a Pioneer to the Life of the Nation at a Buckingham Palace reception.

At Helen Arkell we pride ourselves in offering a personalised experience with the highest quality of care and expertise.

Call to action to support those affected by Dyslexia Action closure

We at the Helen Arkell Dyslexia Centre are all saddened to hear of the news that Dyslexia Action has gone into administration.The Helen Arkell Dyslexia Centre provides dyslexia assessments, consultations, tuition, professional training, support courses for parents and children and…

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