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Aspire2inspire Dyslexia 

Aspire2inspire Dyslexia CIC (not for profit) is the first social enterprise organisation based in Wandsworth, bringing awareness of Dyslexia and other specific learning difficulties such as; Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia and Irlen Syndrome within the community and encouraging entrepreneurship amongst Dyslexics. We support dyslexic adults who want to return to education, self-employment and we also offer employability skills. Our aim is to provide one to one support to adults and children who want to reach their full potential by identifying their skills and talents and utilising them to the best of their ability. We believe with the right support in place, you can reach your goal in life. Aspire2inspire Dyslexia is about helping the individual, we will empower you by believing in you and supporting you. 


We are here for you.

Did You Know?

1 in every 10-20 people in the UK are living with Dyslexia according to the NHS.

4 out of 10 unemployed people using Job Centre Plus are Dyslexic, according to Baroness Walmsley (House Of Lords June 2012).

 John Rack’s (2005) research for the Dyslexia Institute in eight prisons in Yorkshire and Humberside.

• Rack found that 40 – 50% of prisoners were at or below the level of literacy and numeracy expected of an 11-year old (Level 1), 40% of whom required specialist support for dyslexia.

10% of the population are dyslexic; 4% severely so. Dyslexia is identified as a disability as define in the 

Equality Act 2010.


50 of the worlds most notable Dyslexics 

include: Steve Jobs, Richard Branson, Theo Paphitis, Benjamin Zephaniah, Jamie Oliver, Whoopi Goldberg, Danny Glover, Tom Cruise & Cher.

20% of the UK’s business self-starters have dyslexia according to the Cass Business School in London, 2015.

Create your future with Dyslexia
Are you dyslexic? Are you unemployed? Why not join our monthly workshop to unlock your full potential! See flyer to sign up - call, text or email. We would like to thank EQUIP European Union Social fund for the grant to support unemployed dyslexics.
06 Feb 2020, 10:30 – 12:30
Caius House Youth Centre,
2 Holman Rd, Battersea, London SW11 3RL, UK
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