Our Sponsors & Supporters

Nov 13, 2019 | Uncategorized

Dyslexia Show Sponsors & Supporters

As the first dedicated exhibition for dyslexia, The Dyslexia Show 2020, will be taking place at the NEC Birmingham on the 20th & 21st March 2020, we are humbled that we have so many remarkable supporters. We have a varied range of resources available to our three streams, Education, Parent’s and Carers and the Workplace. 

Check out below for more about who they are and what they all do within the dyslexia community. 

Dyslexia Box is a leading supplier of Assistive Technology and related services for education and the workplace. 


Claro develops Assistive Technology for Microsoft Windows, Apple Mac, Google Chromebook, iPad and iPhone, Android and on the Web. 


Scanning Pens is the exclusive reseller of the C-Pen Reader & C-Pen Exam Reader, both products help dyslexic people to read independently and confidently. 


Nessy has a different approach to teaching dyslexic children through spelling games and phonics play they help to rebuild lost confidence. 


St David’s College is an independent boarding and day school in North Wales, offering innovative education alongside an excellent dyslexia and SEN provision. 


Studying with Dyslexia Blog aims to provide information and inspiration for the supporters of dyslexic learners. 


ReciteMe are a web accessibility software company their aim is to make the web a more accessible place by delivering Cloud based web accessibility. 

https://www.reciteme.com/ uk/ 

SEN Books is a specialist bookshop with books and materials for students, teachers and parents. 


SEND Group offers webinars, training and consultancy to the education community they also have a wide range of training solutions for the education sector on all SEND topics. 


Event Location

Hall 11

Birmingham NEC

North Avenue

Marston Green


B40 9AD


Opening Times

  • Wed 23rd Sep: 9:30 - 17:00
  • Thur 24th Sep: 9:30 - 17:00
  • Fri 25th Sept - 9:30 - 17:00


Company Information

Dyslexia Show Limited

Future Business Centre

Kings Hedges Road



Reg: 11924693

Tel: 0330 088 7985 

Email: hello@dyslexiashow.co.uk


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