A drop-in is an open-door opportunity for anybody to come along to see us to find out more about dyslexia and how we may be able to help with any concerns. We can provide information on dyslexia traits, getting an assessment, coping strategies, practical support and the next steps to take if you have concerns about struggles in education or the workplace.
Dig-iT drop-ins are currently on hold while we are in the process of organising a new venue suitable for family sessions since the closure of the Carnegie Centre. The drop-ins are run by volunteers who have personal experience of dyslexia, or who have supported loved-ones with dyslexia.
Following review and feedback from regular users, we are changing the nature of our adult support to focus on specific events and activities (eg. assistive technology workshops, etc.) rather than regular monthly peer support sessions. Please keep a lookout on our blog, Facebook and Twitter for updates.
There are no charges for any information and guidance that we provide (though donations would be very welcome as we are a totally self-funded voluntary organisation).
We really look forward to seeing you.
Dig-iT : Adult
Note: These drop-ins are currently on hold while we organise a new venue. If you need to speak to us, please feel free to phone or email us (see top of the page for phone number and email address).
Note: Following review of our adult peer support service, we are changing the way we support adults with dyslexia and other co-occurring difficulties. We will now be offering specific events and activities in and around Tamworth to enable adults with specific learning difficulties - such as dyslexia - to gain the skills and knowledge to better manage day-to-day life.
We would like to extend sincere thanks to St Martin’s Church in Stonydelph for having kindly hosted Dig-iT : Adult peer support sessions over the past few years.