Developmental dyslexia in adults: a research review

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‘Developmental Dyslexia in Adults: a research review’ aims to generate and share new knowledge, based on evidence from sound research, to add to all that is already known about dyslexia from practice, informed advocacy and research and development work by organisations which have been active in the field over several decades. So NRDC is pleased to publish this report from a rigorous, peer-reviewed research project. The report can inform policy development and teaching and learning practice by enhancing the evidence base on which decisions are taken and new directions pursued. We believe it will deepen and enrich our knowledge of dyslexia and in addition inform literacy provision for other groups of Skills for Life learners.

Reiss, M. & Brooks, G. (2004) Developmental dyslexia in adults: a research review. NRDC: London