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Dyslexia

This Cross-party group's purpose:

The Cross-Party Group on Dyslexia aims to establish a forum whereby those affected by dyslexia and the organisations which represent their interests can share their experience and expertise and further aims to find a platform for discussion with MSPs and to keep them informed of the issues raised. The group will work towards a specific work programme to target particular issues surrounding dyslexia such as its impact on education, employment, health and offending. The group will seek to raise greater public awareness and understanding of dyslexia and promote good practice in terms of supporting those with dyslexia and giving the necessary support to individuals, families and communities affected by dyslexia. 

Next meeting

Wednesday, February 23, 2022

This meeting will be held virtually at pm, anyone wishing to attend must contact Ann Menzies.

Get in touch

If you want to get in touch, you can contact Ann Menzies

Address: The Scottish Parliament, Edinburgh, EH99 1SP

Involved in the group

MSPs, individuals and organisations who participate in and support this group.

Current Members

Mundell, Oliver

Oliver Mundell

Convener

Party: Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party

MSP for: Dumfriesshire (Constituency)

McMillan, Stuart

Stuart McMillan

Deputy Convener

Party: Scottish National Party

MSP for: Greenock and Inverclyde (Constituency)

Gosal, Pam

Pam Gosal

Member

Party: Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party

MSP for: West Scotland (Region)

Hamilton, Rachael

Party: Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party

MSP for: Ettrick, Roxburgh and Berwickshire (Constituency)

O'Kane, Paul

Paul O'Kane

Member

Party: Scottish Labour

MSP for: West Scotland (Region)


Non MSP Individuals

David Jones - secretary

Dean Smith

Owen Ferry

Gillian Evans

Dr. Margaret Crombie

Julie Ross

Dr. Jenny Guise

Ross Duncan


Organisations

Dyslexia Scotland

Mindroom

Call Scotland

Group work