The Dyslexia Team provide advice and support for Bangor University students with dyslexia, and other specific learning differences (SpLDs) such as dyspraxia, dyscalculia, visual sensitivity and attention deficit disorder (ADD) / attention deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD).
- What is Dyslexia?
- What is Dyscalculia?
- What is AD(H)D?
- What is Dyspraxia?
- What is Dysgraphia?
- What is Scotopic Sensitivity Syndrome?
We can support you with building learning skills and tackling study requirements, either on a regular or as needs basis if you are registered with the service and have a personal learning support plan in place.
For students off campus we are able to offer study support via interactive communications technology, for example, Skype.
Students work with specialist tutors to develop skills and strategies on a range of study areas such as:
- Organisation / time management
- Tackling reading
- Planning essays / academic writing / editing
- Revision / memorisation / examinations
- Maths / statistics
Student group workshops offer an informal arena for students to get together and share ideas on aspects of study.