The Lee Foundation Dyslexia Centre was set up in SPRING Singapore, Bukit Merah. This centre was established to provide assessment and training services under one roof.


DAS Training Service was launched with its first Dyslexia Support Course for parents and teachers.

MAR DAS launched the first in a series of workshops for parents and teachers. DAS started selling educational books on its website. Executive Director, Robin Moseley, gave a talk on dyslexia to 500 preschool teachers and principals at an MOE seminar.


Student enrolment at DAS exceeded 600 for the first time. DAS launched its first Diploma in Dyslexia Studies Course in a tie-up with the University of Cambridge International

AUG Education Minister, Mr Tharman Shanmugaratnam, opened the Lee Foundation Dyslexia Centre and the Roshen Daruwalla Resource Centre. DAS Patron, Mrs Goh Chok Tong, was the VIP speaker at the opening ceremony.




Speech & Language service established with three Speech and Language Therapists. Enrolment stands at 778 students.


The Rotary Club of Raffles City held a charity golf event in aid of DAS. 


DAS signed a five-year contract with MOE to train for MOE Special Needs Officers. 


DAS presents a paper at the 3rd International Multilingualism and Dyslexia Conference in Cyprus. 
DEC President S R Nathan and Mrs Nathan visited the Dyslexia Centre at SPRING Singapore. 
JAN First Lady, Mrs Nathan visited the Queenstown Learning Centre at Anderson Primary School. DAS opens the first learning centre in a shopping mall at Bishan Junction 8. 
JUN DAS launched the Pre-School Service. Education Minister, Mr Tharman Shanmugaratnam, was the Guest-of-Honour at this event. 
JUL The Rotary Club of Raffles City, together with Lions Club of Singapore New Central, held a charity golf event in aid of DAS. 
NOV The Rotary Club of Raffles City organised an Art Competition for DAS students. Volunteers from the Deutsche Bank helped at the event.