This guide suggests things that local churches can do to include dyslexic people. It’s available to download here in Word (so that you can edit it if you need to e.g. change the background colour) and PDF (for printing).
The guide is comprehensive and signposts to sources of further information. It is written with dyslexic adults in mind. But much of it applies to dyslexic people of any age. There is also some specific guidance on how to include dyslexic children in church activities.
Dyslexia is very common – it affects 1 in 10 people. So it’s definitely worth local churches becoming dyslexia-friendly. But dyslexia-friendly practice is actually good practice for everyone. So everyone benefits.
The guide is published under a Creative Commons License. This lets you as the reader use any of the material you wish from it in your own resources. For example, you could use one or more points in your own resource on Bible study. You will find details of this on the front cover of the guide.
Aurora Betony, 6 Feb. 2020