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Seeking further advice

When a pupil fails to thrive or make progress in spite of receiving a well-founded intervention programme, or when a screening test indicates a high probability of dyscalculia, a full diagnostic assessment should be considered.

Diagnostic assessments should always be conducted by a properly qualified, certified assessor. This will be either an Educational Psychologist or an AMBDA qualified specialist teacher. For advice on finding an assessor in the UK, see the BDA website or the PATOSS Tutor/Assessor Index.

Assessments are provided by the BDA Dyslexia Action and PATOSS