The SPELD NSW office has re-opened for 2021 - We’re here to help - SPELD NSW

Supporting children and adults with specific learning difficulties


The SPELD NSW office has re-opened for 2021 – 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 struggled at school last year 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. Call us on 02 97396277.
Or leave your details and we will get back to you.

We have four upcoming online workshops for Parents in Feb-March 2021. Check them out here.

Children and adults can access complete educational assessments. An assessment can help identify individual learning strengths and weaknesses to find out if an identifiable learning difficulty exists.

More help and resources..


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Come and Join our Team as a Professional Learning Educator!

Join the SPELD NSW Professional Learning team and provide evidence-based professional learning, workshops, consulting and resources to teachers, tutors and other professionals, schools and families. This role is ideal for a teacher who is passionate about the science of reading and learning.

COVID-19 Safety Information

SPELD NSW is working to provide a safe environment for its clients, staff and visitors and we thank you in advance for your support and cooperation. Please review our current COVID-19 safety requirements before visiting the SPELD NSW office.


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Call the SPELD NSW InfoLine to chat confidentially to our friendly support team or for a referral to a tutor


Book an educational assessment with a SPELD NSW Psychologist


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