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Ashford Dyslexia Centre was established in October 1989 by Betty Martindale who had identified a need in the education system whereby many more dyslexic students would benefit from specialist cumulative, multi- sensory and structured tuition. The centre was opened by Olympic swimming gold medallist, Duncan Goodhew, who himself is dyslexic and endorsed by actress Susan Hampshire. Since then Ashford Dyslexia Centre has helped hundreds of children with their education, providing coping mechanisms and improving their self-esteem accordingly.
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Ashford Dyslexia Centre
Betty Martindale: All ages - Literacy/Study Skills Teachers’ Cert; AMBDA; DI Dip SpLD; DILP Patricia Spain: All ages - Literacy/Numeracy MA(LitLing); BA(Hons); Cert ED; RSA Dip SpLD; SpLD TPC; AMBDA; MDG Maureen Trigg: All ages - Literacy/Numeracy Dip RSA; AMBDA FE/HE; SpLD APC; SpLD TPC; LCST
Clifford Martindale: All ages - Literacy/Numeracy BSc; MSc; OCR Cert SpLD; DI Maths programme Renate Beerling: All ages - Literacy/Numeracy MAEd; BA(Ed)Hons; Cert.Ed; PGDip.Ed; SpLD APC; AMBDA Liz Wright:  All ages - Dyslexia and Dyscalculia BA; MSc; Cert ED; OCR Dip SpLD Gay Adams:  All ages - Literacy B.ED(Hons); Post-Grad; Dip Dyslexia & Literacy; AMBDA; MDG; APC; NASENCo
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