What we do

Blossom4Life helps dyslexics embrace difference and accomplish their ambitions: to have courage, to be fearless and to illuminate their path.

At Blossom4Life we work with students 1:1 providing tailored multi-sensory programmes.

We are different because, Una, the founder, is dyslexic and through her own experience she has developed strategies that work.

Initial assessment

The first meeting, either online or face to face, will take the form of an initial assessment. This assessment is very informal and no preparation is needed on behalf of the student or the parent.

A series of questions and topics will be addressed and all background information is welcomed from the student and/or their parent(s). Once the questions section is completed, a series of tasks will be given to the student in order to determine what areas need more attention.

Ongoing tuition

Lots of students avail of ongoing tuition as it helps to complete school and course work on a regular basis. During classes, all subjects/ homework/projects are addressed – where we work towards meeting the ideal goal or objective example – achieving a specific grade in state exams.

This facility greatly helps students to avail of specialised help to suit their needs.

Parent consultation

Blossom4life regularly interacts with parents, however, often a dedicated time might be needed to discuss topics such as exemptions, reasonable accommodations for exams or unforeseen issues in school.

Study skills

During these study skills sessions, we address the student’s current study skills and propose alternative study methods if required. These sessions are catered for any student preparing for an exam.

Exam techniques

Often students might need additional help in understanding an exam paper format or how to maximise their time in an exam. During this exam techniques session we address such areas.

Online courses- Access anytime

Blossom4life Dyslexic Secrets to Learning Course- for Parents and Teachers

Who we work with

  • Educational psychologists
  • British Dyscalculia Association
  • Occupational therapists
  • Dyscalculia network member
  • Principals and schools and teachers
  • Universities and higher educational colleges
  • Assistive technology experts
  • Child psychologists. PhD Graduates specialising in learning difficulties