Dyslexia Test For Parents

Literacy is important

Literacy does matter

Can you imagine not being able to read in today’s society? Even worst if you are a child at schools.

  • Low self-esteem
  • Social & emotional struggle
  • Low self-confidence
  • Academic failure
  • High suicide rate

Dyslexia is among the most common learning disorder in the world and impacts the ability of reading and often the ability of spelling.

How do I know if it is dyslexia?

50% chance of dyslexia if a parent has dyslexia

Likely, you are trying to understand why your child has difficulty learning to read. Where to start? What to do?

Knowing is half the battle. By using our screening for dyslexia, you will be a step closer to being empowered to take actions in supporting your child.

We can help you identify dyslexia for only USD$19.99.

Our 3 steps dyslexia screening

The process takes 10-minutes and requires no prior training. It can be done directly in your web browser.


Provide us with the birth date of the screenee.


Have the screenee read 32 words aloud on the screen.


Our algorithm analyses the audio records and provides a result instantly.

I am ready


I am not ready yet

What other parents say

“It’s good to see they are taking an objective approach and getting a screening 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

School support letter

With you all the way

If the screening results come back with a high likelihood of dyslexia, you can use our support letter template to send to your school.


What’s after the screening?

Start a conversation with your schools using our support letter. Your child may require further assessment and appropriate support put in place.

Here are some tips:

  • Check the government website for learning disorder resources
  • Contact your local dyslexia association
  • Ask your school for guidance
  • Visit the International Dyslexia Association for more information
Not ready for dyslexia test

Not ready for a screening?

We understand, it requires planning. To support you in this, we prepared free dyslexia resources for you, which you can read in your own time.

When you are ready and feel doing a screening of dyslexia would help, we will be here to support you.

Sent! Check your email.