Dyselxia gives people distinctive ways of thinking about the world…."
Professor Rufus Black,
Vice-Chancellor, University of Tasmania
Resources for educators and families
We would appreciate your time in completing this short survey (less than 10 minutes). Your responses will help us to improve our parent support, resources, professional learning and advocacy for better outcomes for children with dyslexia in Tasmania.
Help us to raise awareness. Download, print and pop up at your school or workplace today!
NEW! Tasmanian 100% Literacy Alliance
Square Pegs is proud to support the 100% Literacy Alliance's Roadmap to a literate Tasmania.
Would you like to learn more about the people behind Square Pegs, the driving forces for change? Our volunteer Board aims to improve recognition, understanding and action for children with dyslexia and related learning differences. It’s important and good work. Meet the team here...
We also think its important to share your stories. We'd love to hear from you! Video, audio, writing, graphic...it doesn't matter how. Submit your story to
Read more stories here...
Square Pegs is pleased to work closely with the following wonderful organisations, who have values and objectives close to our own:
Empowering young people and adults with learning disabilities to reach their full potential.
Aim is for all people with dyslexia to be understood, acknowledged, empowered and to have equal access to opportunity.
Working with people to build their communication skills so they can live whole lives in connection with others.