Swindon Dyslexia Centre

Maria Chivers is the founder of the Swindon Dyslexia Centre, which opened in 1991. Dyslexia A2Z is operated by Maria Chivers who is an international author on Dyslexia and other learning difficulties. This site is dedicated to raising awareness of Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLD’s). Maria, working with a team of highly trained specialists: tutors, psychologists and other therapists; in specific learning difficulties, has featured on radio, and television including ‘The Learning Curve’.

The Inner Hurt – Poetry Competition 1992

Maria Chivers and two children winners of Poetry Competition.

Photo of Maria Chivers and two children, winners of poetry competition.

 

 

 

 

Maria Chivers and three children winners of Poetry Competition.

Photo of Maria Chivers and three children.

Maria Chivers and three children winners of Poetry Competition.

 

 

 

 

 

Newspaper Cuttings of the Centre

The Anguish of a Slow Pupil 1997
Book of Poetry 1997
Book Signing 1997
Dim! No Dyslexic 1997
Dyslexia Week 1995
Dyslexic Girl Guide Wins Award
Dyslexics Not Stupid
Heartfelt Plea 1997
Inner Hurt Back Cover
Inner Hurt Front Cover
Learning Curve TV 1997
Maria has a way with Words 1997
Mum Signs Book 1997
No Magic Cure for Dyslexia
Opened Centre 1992
Worried Parents Hotline Busy 1997