Richard Whitehead

Dear Friend,

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We hope you are finding our website interesting and inspiring. We're passionate about dyslexia being a gift, and about helping dyslexic, dyscalculic, dyspraxic and ADD children and adults to discover and harness their true potential.

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Richard Whitehead, Director

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