Dyslexia is tested for, measured, and understood differently from one country to another, and even within different regions of the same countries. This can be confusing and problematic for teachers, parents, assessors and policy makers alike. The Dyslexia Compass is a tool that helps align these differences across the continent of Europe.
Our goal is to help create a consistent understanding of what a dyslexia assessment means across Europe, and how an assessment in one country can translate into another.
I want to know what a dyslexia assessment means.
What different European assessors are looking for when assessing dyslexia.
How we view and assess dyslexia differently around Europe.