Welcome to the Dyslexia Testing Services website.

Our aim is happy children - and happy parents too.

No further appointments available for Term 4.

Appointments will be made for Term 1 2019 at the end of January 2019.

The DTS office will be CLOSED from Friday 14th December 2018 until Monday 4th February 2019.

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Assessments for all ages Dyslexia Action


If you have concerns regarding your child's progress at school, a full educational and psychometric assessment can identify a range of learning problems, including dyslexia, and provide you with detailed information on your child's learning strengths and weaknesses. 

This can then lead to the correct learning support being provided to improve their results.
Best assessors:
1. Are registered teachers.
2. Have taught children with dyslexia in class and special education settings.
3. Have post-graduate accredited training and experience in academic and psychometric testing.
4. Will provide a detailed written report with recommendations for your child.


Contact Us

Phone: 07 3822 1544
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"We received your report this week and want to thank you very much for the timeliness of getting it to us. Not only did we get it in a fraction of the time that our other two children’s reports took but we found it to be much easier to read and understand.
The accommodations mentioned in your report were explicit and achievable and provide us with much more confidence than the material we received from elsewhere.
We will have no hesitation in recommending your services to those we encounter in similar circumstances."
Parent of Year 8 student.

Best time for testing

QUESTION: When is the best time to test a student for learning and literacy problems, including dyslexia?

  • NOW if your child is in Years P - 3 and cannot keep pace with other children in basic literacy such as recognizing sight words and learning phonics.
  • NOW if your child is in Years P – 3 and handwriting and spelling are major problems.
  • NOW if your child is in Years 4 – 7 and reading is slow and/or comprehension is poor; if spelling is always a struggle and if they are reluctant to write.
  • NOW if your child is in Years 8 – 12 and they are unable to demonstrate their knowledge and ability in writing; if reading is slow and their written work does not match their verbal skills.
  • NOW if your child is in Years 10, 11 or 12 and they need support to manage their school work, especially assignments and examinations.
  • NOW if you are worried about your child’s progress at school.
  • NOW if the thought of a new school year and the homework battle fills you with dread.

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Dyslexia Testing Services understands the importance of your privacy (information that identifies who you are) and we endeavour to protect any information either collected or submitted. This Privacy Statement explains how identifying information is collected and what we do with that information.

The collection and use of Personal Information
Dyslexia Testing Services collects provided online information from you when you complete one of our electronic forms or by sending us an email. After an order has been processed within our online shop, personal information is retained, though only used for marketing analysis. We do not and will not sell or share this information with third parties for promotions independent of Dyslexia Testing Services. This information also does not get automatically added to an internal mailing list as this is an illegal practice under the Australian Spam Act 2003. In the future we may consider creating a mailing list, though listed members will only comprise of subscribers or email requests.

Dyslexia Testing Services may collect web data otherwise know as Analysis Non-Personalised Statistical Information (eg. your web browser, operating system, pages visited, time, date, duration of your visit, last site you visited before coming to the Dyslexia Testing Services website etc.) We emphasise that this information cannot personally identify you.

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Dyslexia Testing Services continually implement and apply procedures to safeguard data security. When required these procedures are reviewed and updated. All personal information is password protected and only accessed by a select few individuals authorized for approved business practices.

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As mentioned above (see 'The Collection and use of Personal Information') Dyslexia Testing Services only retains personal information when an online order is placed within our shop or when an email is received. If you would like this information removed please email us with clear removal instructions.

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The difficulties noted below are often associated with dyslexia if they are unexpected for the individual's age, educational level, or cognitive abilities. A qualified diagnostician can test a person to determine if he or she is truly dyslexic.

* May read very slowly with many inaccuracies.

* Continues to spell incorrectly, frequently spells the same word differently in a single piece of writing.

* May avoid reading and writing tasks.

* May have trouble summarizing and outlining.

* May have trouble answering open-ended questions on tests.

* May have difficulty learning a foreign language.

* May have poor memory skills.

* May work slowly.

* May pay too little attention to details or focus too much on them.

* May misread information.

* May have an inadequate vocabulary.

* May have an inadequate store of knowledge from previous reading.

* May have difficulty with planning, organizing and managing time, materials and tasks - SEE EXECUTIVE FUNCTION

Brisbane Office - Director - Margaret Hardy

30 Thorne Road

Telephone: 07 3822 1544

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