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Dyscreen dyslexia screener for your child

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Dyscreen - online dyslexia screener

As a parent of a struggling reader, it can be difficult to know what to do about it, leaving you both feeling anxious and stressed.

Dystech empowers parents to access tangible data that informs them via a written report of the likelihood that their child is dyslexic and requires literacy support. Administer our dyslexia screener online.

What is Dyscreen?

Dyscreen is an online screener that can identify the symptoms of dyslexia. The assessment is simple to use and can be completed in about 10 minutes.

All the information collected during this process is strictly confidential and will only be used to give you accurate results. Keep in mind, this dyslexia screener is aimed at supporting your request for assistance in your child’s learning. The screenee might require further testing with professionals.

It cost A$19.99 per screening

3 step process

Step 1.

Provide us with the date of birth of your child.

Step 2.

Words will be displayed on the screen. Have your child read them aloud.

Step 3.

Our technology will analyse the voice recording of your child and provide an assessment.

It’s good to see Dystech is taking an objective approach and getting a dyslexia test where they can say, yes, a child is at higher risk of having dyslexia. It gives us reassurance that you can go on, not relying on people around you, to go further with your assessments and be confident and comfortable to do that as well.

Paul

Parent

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Research and evidence

Dyscreen, our dyslexia test has been developed using artificial intelligence.

An important attribute of any assessment is psychometric reliability and validity. We have years of data that establish the assessment’s reliability and validity and demonstrate the accuracy and stability of the results.

With you all the way.

If the screening results come back with a high likelihood of dyslexia, simply download our free support letter template to initiate discussion and support with your school.

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What happens after the assessment?

Start a conversation with your child’s school using our support letter. Your child may need appropriate support and interventions put in place, or require further detailed assessment.

Here are some tips:

  • Check your specific department of education website for resources on learning difficulties
  • Contact your local dyslexia association
  • Ask your school for guidance
  • Join dyslexia support groups (many online) and ask questions
  • Visit the International Dyslexia Association for more information