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Jan 10, 2022 | Dyslexia Show, News

With just under three months until the UK’s first national exhibition dedicated to dyslexia will be taking place it’s taken a number of years to get to this point and we are not stopping now! 

The safety and security of our delegates, contractors, exhibitors, supporters and sponsors is of course our highest priority. We will follow all government guidelines and will keep you updated over the coming weeks.  Over the past six months we have followed the events industry very closely. A number of large events have taken place at multiple venues, around the country following the guidance. They have created a safe and secure show. 

With the positivity of other events moving to March we believe Dyslexia Show Live will be an amazing show to give you an informed choice when it comes to dyslexia and associated conditions.

If you have not registered yet please click here for your free pass.

Please keep your booking up to today with the days that you’re attending and the seminars and workshops you want to attend. Click here. 

Keep up to date by following on our social media channels:

Twitter: https://twitter.com/dyslexiashowuk

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/dyslexia-show/

Check out our amazing CPD timetable with over 60 seminars to choose from starting from £9 including VAT.  View what’s on here.

We look forward to seeing you 

Dyslexia Show Team.

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