UPDATE 2022 – Unfortunately the BDA has now withdrawn this service. We’ll wait to hear of future projects/schemes that they introduce.
Launching in November 2019, the project is there to help people with dyslexia, their families and sector professionals to find products relevant to them.
The scheme has been developed to meet a demand for information to be provided by the BDA with knowledge of products available to assist with all aspects of dyslexia. Right from diagnosis through to ongoing support.
After being checked by the British Dyslexia Association and providing evidence, both of QS Dyslexia Tests, QuickScreen and QuickScan, are part of the scheme. Along with another 13 companies who underwent the same process.
What does Assured mean?
Assured means that in the opinion of the British Dyslexia Association the product is effective at identifying or supporting dyslexia if used as intended, is based on generally accepted and well-established science, and the marketing accurately reflects what a user can expect. Assured does not imply the British Dyslexia Association recommends or endorses the product, or believe it is better or worse than another product.