Jane is a Specialist Teacher and was Principal of Chiltern Tutorial for many years. She has been persuaded to remain on the Committee as Vice Chair.
Having worked as a teacher across the age ranges with the young and not quite so young with a variety of needs for over twenty years, I now assess for SPLDs.
I am a mother of two beautiful girls, ages 16 and 13 years old. My youngest daughter is dyslexic i am passionate about being able to access the resources and advice available to parents, carers and teachers.
Committee Member/Newsletter Editor
Angela is a retired Specialist Teacher and Assessor but remains on the Committee
Sue has worked as a Specialist Teacher in Higher Education for some years, did a marathon stint as Chair of HDA for 10 years and can’t keep away. She is now Treasurer.
Mavis has been a Special Needs Tutor and Author for a number of years. Currently she advises on Self-esteem and reading and spelling with dyslexic students
Helen is a Specialist Teacher Assessor, Principal of Test Valley Tutors with expertise in Maths Study Skills and Dyslexic EAL
Frank retired from his long career in Banking and returned to University to complete a Masters in Charity Management. He has returned to the role of Treasurer of the Association and has a particular interest in Charity Governance.
Julia is a Specialist Tutor in Lymington working with Primary and Secondary pupils working both a local school and from home. Supporting learners with Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Study Skills and other learning difficulties
Karen is a Music and Dyslexia Specialist Teacher, NLP Coach and Author of ‘Dyslexia and Success:The Winning Formulas’. She is on a mission to give every child with dyslexia the opportunity to succeed.
Drew is a SpLD assessor and occasional tutor currently working mostly with higher education students. He has been working with neurodiverse students for 15 years and has a particular interest in how people can use technology to meet their challenges.