Dyslexia Show 2022

25th – 26th March 2022, NEC Birmingham


The UK’s National Exhibition dedicated to the field of dyslexia and associated conditions, supporting education, parents and the workplace

In 2019 Dyslexia Show was developed with the concept to deliver the first UK national exhibition to ensure that the awareness of dyslexia is at the highest in all areas of education, parents and the workplace. I have created a national exhibition that is to take place now in 2022 to ultimately ensure that we deliverer an informed choice for all demographics along with the ongoing support for individual dyslexics throughout the UK and the wider world.

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Our sponsors and supporters, from the Dyslexia world, are helping to make the Dyslexia Show possible.

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Hear from a range of influential speakers including the British Dyslexia Association, Microsoft, Educational Psychologists and many more.

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Be part of the largest gathering of people interested in the awareness and understanding of dyslexia ever in the UK.


Explore our exhibition area and learn about the latest in assistive technology, assessments, literacy, legal advice and much more.

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What is Dyslexia?

Katrina Cochrane will be presenting a guide to help parents about what dyslexia is and how to support their child with this SpLD. Resources and tips will be mentioned as well as signposting for parents about additional support.
Katrina is an experienced dyslexia specialist who set up her own company Positive Dyslexia Ltd three years ago having been Head of Education and Policy at the BDA. She has a son with dyslexia and dyspraxia.

Latest show news

Dyslexia is Positive

What a Week  Over the past week we have seen some amazing talks and sessions from high profile speakers within the dyslexia community.  Here at the Dyslexia Show we want to give continued awareness and ensure that all dyslexics can achieve their full...

Important Announcement – New Dates for the Dyslexia Show

Important Announcement - New Dates for the Dyslexia ShowThe Coronavirus has been devastating to many people and here at the Dyslexia Show we have appreciated the support from our delegates, sponsors and our exhibitors during this very difficult time, for this we would...

Global Accessibility Awareness Day! Thursday, May 21, 2020,

Arran Smith Blog12 months ago I wrote one of our first blogs on the Dyslexia Show website. Today is Global Accessibility Awareness Day and we are supporting it like everyone else. Understanding people with dyslexia and understanding yourself, of your difficulties,...

Dyslexia Show Virtual

Dyslexic thinking out side the BoxDue to COVID-19 the Dyslexia Show will now take place on the 25th & 26th September 2020 at the NEC, Birmingham. We are delighted to introduce Dyslexia Show Virtual we know that a large percentage of you were visiting the Dyslexia...

Dyslexia Show Postponed to September 2020

Firstly, I would like to thank everyone who has contacted us with positive comments regarding the postponement of the Dyslexia Show. As I’m sure you can appreciate, it’s been a very hard decision that myself and our small team have had to make. But we feel we have...

Only 4 Weeks to go

The Dyslexia Show is Fast Approaching!Never over the past 3 years did I think that I'd be sitting here today writing a blog telling people that we are only 4 weeks away from the first Dyslexia Show! Three years of planning and organisation have seen it grow into what...

Legal Surgery

More Support at the  Dyslexia Show We are thrilled to announce that one of our Sponsors SEN Legal are holding a Legal Surgery at the Dyslexia Show. This is a unique opportunity to sit with SEN Legal’s Principal Solicitor, Melinda Nettleton or Senior Solicitor, Hayley...

Dyslexia Show Awarded CPD Certification

The Dyslexia Show is fast approachingWe hope you are as excited as we are about the fantastic line up of speakers at this years Dyslexia Show. You'll be able to hear from experts from the British Dyslexia Association, Microsoft, Educational Phycologists, esteemed...

Dyspraxia is a “hidden” disability and this makes it complex to recognise, understand, and manage.

Dyspraxia is a “hidden” disability and this makes it complex to recognise, understand, and manage. It is also very common (5% of all children) and for these two reasons it is essential all professionals working with children receive training in dyspraxia.   By Cathy...

Supporting Children With Immature Fine Motor Skills at School and Home

Supporting Children with Immature Fine Motor Skills at School and HomeFine motor skills are the small movements that we make with our fingers and hands. They are essential for most learning at school, as they help children to hold a pencil and write. In addition, they...

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