Ethical approval reference: SREC 2021-190-CM
What is this survey about?
This survey is finding out about what the dyslexia community would like to be researched about dyslexia.

Who can take part?

People aged 18 years and over who:
Have a diagnosis of dyslexia or self-identify as having dyslexia
Are a parent/caregiver or immediate family member of someone with dyslexia

What will I do if I take part?

You will complete an online survey
You will be asked to rate how important research questions are to you
You will be asked about what research you'd like to see done in the future

Can I change my mind?

Yes, you can change your mind at any time before or during the survey
You do not need to tell us why you don't want to take part

What happens to my information?

Your information will be anonymous
We will use identifier codes rather than names

Are there positive and negatives to taking part?

It will help people with dyslexia in the future
You can voice your opinion to make a change.
There are no known negatives

What will you do with the results?

Results will be on our website
You can contact the researchers for a copy of the findings
Results will be published in a scientific journal

Who is working with us on this project?

Helen Arkell Dyslexia Charity

What if there is a problem?

If you are unhappy or unsure about anything or if you need help completing this survey, please get in contact. Our
contact details are below:

Research Assistant: Beverley Jennings

Chief Investigator: Dr Cathy Manning, Lecturer
+44(0)118 378 3454

Co-investigator: Professor Holly Joseph, Associate Professor

Click here for full participant information sheet.