IDLNI provides a unique, specialist literacy computer programme designed to be highly effective for improving reading and spelling for those with dyslexic difficulties.

The Indirect Dyslexia Learning Programme is an effective resource in improving the reading and spelling of students in a number of different settings. Our Schools Programme allows Primary and Secondary schools, in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, to avail of this resource at a very affordable rate. Please contact us by phone, or alternatively at info@idlni.org for more information.

IDL@home allows students to gain all the benefits of the IDL programme from the comfort of their own homes. To find out more call 07818656031.

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The IDL programme has proven to help students with various learning difficulties such as:

  • Slow learners
  • Processing and co-ordination problems
  • A.D.D. and A.D.H.D.
  • Scotopic / Irlen Syndrome
  • Dyspraxia
  • Dyslexia
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The IDL programme has proven to help students with various learning difficulties such as:

What clients say about our classes

  • Our daughter was fast losing confidence and her behaviour was deteriorating before we found IDL. She was three years behind in reading and a year behind in spelling. After only 3 months her attitude changed and she began to enjoy school.

    Parent of an IDL Student
  • A brilliant programme all round. It's good that you can easily have 4/5 pupils working individually... Excellent results. Ofsted were impressed.

    Penwortham Girls, Preston
  • We would like to continue with IDL next year as we have found the programme has had a fantastic impact, not only academically but socially and emotionally.

    St Andrew's C of E
  • Great class really helped my daughter the results at the end were great both with reading and spelling.

    Parent of an IDL Student, Magherafelt
  • I recommend this course to kids with dyslexia I have already saw my own son come on leaps and definitely would say this is worth while

    Parent of an IDL Student, Magherafelt