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This is undoubtedly a stressful and strange time for everyone, and it is important to set realistic goals for each day during this period of home-schooling. If you are a parent, it is important to keep in mind that you are not a teacher and...

Check out the website for the new TuDOrs project which we are a partner in. This Erasmus+ Project is aiming to improve the knowledge and skills of foreign language teachers, to enhance how they teach people with learning disabilities (including dyslexia), by using innovative methods...

Are you interested in playing a voluntary leadership role in the Dyslexia Association of Ireland helping the association to achieve its charitable purpose and strategy? DAI’s Board of Directors is looking to recruit people from amongst our membership to a number of vacancies as follows: ...

Each June Bank Holiday Monday thousands of women from all over Ireland take in the VHI Women’s Mini-Marathon in Dublin. Why not run, jog, walk or even crawl in aid of the Dyslexia Association of Ireland? DAI would really welcome your support. The official entry form will...

Spread some joy with our brand new selection of Christmas cards. Cards come in packs of 10 and cost €8 per pack (which includes €1.50 p&p per pack). Our 4 new designs for 2018 are: Santa Claus Let it Snow Polar Bears Carol Singers We also have...

DAI needs 26 thrill-seekers for the Alphabet Jump, our charity skydive, each one representing a letter of the alphabet. What letter will you be? Date: Saturday 29th September 2019 (weather permitting). Venue: Clonbullogue Airfield, Edenderry, Co. Offaly. Participants are asked to raise €500 minimum (€260 covers the reduced...

We are so excited to launch our new podcast Dys & Dat today. The podcast will feature interviews with people who have dyslexia, or those who know a lot about it. We hope you will find the podcast informative, engaging and inspiring. Our first podcast...

October is European Dyslexia Awareness Month. DAI’s theme for this year’s awareness month in Ireland is “Shout About Dyslexia”. This theme was chosen as we know it’s so important to be able to talk about your dyslexia openly. Dyslexia should not be whispered about in...

The Dyslexia Association of Ireland (DAI) is developing its new five-year strategic plan for 2018 – 2023 and we need your help! We are interested in hearing from our members and clients about how our organisation is doing and how we can improve our services over...