LABDA, as it is known, is the shortened name for Leeds and Bradford Dyslexia Association situated in West Yorkshire. The Association was formed in 1987, it is a non profit making organisation run by unpaid volunteers. We are a group of parents, teachers and others whose aim is to help people of all ages by providing information and support, and to promote the positive aspects of dyslexia.
LABDA is the local area group affiliated to the British Dyslexia Association (BDA) offering a wide range of support:
BDA is the national voice of dyslexic people and their main aims are:
Offering training to teachers and teaching assistants throughout the country.
Contacts: Jane: 01274 771 153
Karen: 01757 288 889
Pat: 01977 684 357
It is thought that 10% of the population is dyslexic
That means 3 children in every classroom could be dyslexic
Welcome to the Leeds and Bradford Dyslexia Association (LABDA)
(incorporating Selby and District Dyslexia Association)
What is LABDA