Dyslexia exists and can be diagnosed very early. As parents, you know your children best and are often the first ones to notice that your child has a learning difficulty. 

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Early Intervention is Vital

Early identification and Early intervention is vital. Children with dyslexia are often unable to reach their full potential due to their learning differences and may be frustrated with learning. Early identification and intervention can enhance his learning experiences. For a parent, nothing can be more satisfying than seeing your child beam with confidence. Help your child develop a more positive learning experience and boost his self-esteem.


Parents, you play an important role and your child will thank you for it, we thank you too!


Dyslexia can only be formally diagnosed through an assessment by an educational or specialist psychologist. If your child shows some of these signs & symptoms, please send your child for an assessment. To find out more about psycho-educational assessments at DAS, please click here.






RETA is the Register of Educational Therapists (Asia). It is an initiative by the Dyslexia Association of Singapore, and is advised by a panel of three distinguished members - Dr Thomas Sim, Professor Angela Fawcett, and Dr Kate Saunders.


RETA was formed to try and connect practitioners in the field of Specific Learning Differences and Education, while recognising their professional status and endorsing their qualifications at the same time.


Join RETA and make a difference in the the lives of children with Specific Learning Difference. Click here to visit the RETA website.