InfoLine


SPELD NSW InfoLine & Referral Service

We’re here to help. 

Do you have a question about your child’s learning or your own reading, spelling and maths? 

You may have recently received a diagnosis for your child or perhaps they are struggling at school with reading, spelling and maths. You might be an adult who struggles with reading, spelling or maths because of a learning difficulty.

Our friendly and experienced Information and Referral Officers are available to listen to your concerns and provide you with information, support and resources.

Our Information and Referral Officers can have a conversation with you about your child’s learning, what interventions and supports might benefit them and answer your questions.  SPELD NSW also has a Referral Database of experienced tutors and allied health professionals which we can refer you to.  Many of our tutors and professionals provide support to families online through tele-tutoring and tele-health services.

If you are an adult experiencing learning difficulties, our Information and Referral Officers can discuss with you practical tools and adjustments that can assist you at university, TAFE or in the workplace.

If you are interested in booking an assessment, our Information and Referral Officers can discuss this with you as well.

Contact Us

If you are looking for support for your family, yourself, your student or your school contact us.

Your donations in action

Thanks to all our supporters.

The SPELD NSW InfoLine operates each week thanks to funds raised through grants, membership fees and your kind donations. If you would like to donate to support the SPELD NSW InfoLine and Referral Service your gift is greatly appreciated and will help us continue to meet the needs of parents and the community. Thank you.

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