For adults

Ten steps

Ten tips

For tutors

Tutoring adults with Specific Learning Differences

Areas of difficulty for students with dyslexia

Adults and foreign language learning


Strategies for success

Adult dyslexia – advice for employers

Employment Tribunals

Resolving workplace difficulties – issues and strategies

Careers guidance submission


Minimising visual stress

Approaches to remediating visual stress


Briefing on Neurodiverse Clients

The Vulnerability of Adults with Dyslexia/SpLDs in Police Custody

Good Practice Guide for Justice Professionals

Coping with Courts & Tribunals

KIWIs for adults

KIWIs for young people


A series of eight booklets, with the overall title Specific Learning Difficulties in Prisons. These take account of the 2019 prison reforms.
The booklets comprise:
1. Resources for Specific Learning Difficulties
2. Overview of Specific Learning Difficulties
3. Principles of Support for Specific Learning Difficulties
4. Support for English / Literacy and Maths / Numeracy
5. Support for ICT and Virtual Campus
6. Support for Foreign Nationals
7. The Contexts of Disability / Equality / Diversity / Accessibility
8. Work Preparation and Resettlement

Information for Governors and SMTs circulated by the MoJ LDD team.

Promoting an enabling environment in our prisons:
This approach comprises a self-assessment audit sheet to be completed with colleagues.
A powerpoint presentation highlights issues for consideration.

Supporting children and young people

7-point study plan

Dyslexia and self-esteem

Children and foreign language learning

Lists of materials

Book list