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Helpline enquiries can be made by telephone, or webchat. The Helpline is run by trained and experienced staff and volunteers. O p ening times:. How to contact the Helpline: Telephone: 84 84 : [ protected]. The Helpline is open to anyone who wants to find out about dyslexia.
In we dealt with over 1, enquiries. If you prefer visual presentations, please take a look at our infographic of the helpline statistics. When youyou might be looking for advice and guidance about dyslexia, or might be upset or frustrated about a situation that has arisen.
Our trained Helpline advisers will put you at ease and try to help with your enquiry. We have access to a wealth of information and can provide you with advice about your situation or post you to various resources and relevant organisations. We can guide you through the various steps around your particular situation.
You can also get back to us if you need further guidance about your next steps. It is possible that we might need to seek further information to enable us to answer your query fully.
If this is the case, we will contact you at a time which suits you. If you call our telephone service and the lines are busy or closed, you can leave a message and we will call you back.
Unless you ask us not to mention Dyslexia Scotland in your message, we will explain that we are calling from Dyslexia Scotland if you are not in when we call you back. Enquiries to our Helpline are confidential, however we do ask you to provide us with your postcode for monitoring purposes only. O p ening times: Monday to Thursday 10am to pm Friday 10am to 4pm How to contact the Helpline: Telephone: 84 84 : [ protected] Who contacts the Helpline? What do people ask about?
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