Speld Qld is a not-for-profit organisation with a mission to support people experiencing learning differences in all circumstances. Working in partnership with Education Queensland, we are located beside the Autism Hub and Reading Centre and provide services to State, Catholic and Independent schools, across the State and to clients of all ages. Our Education Advisors respond to over 17,000 calls and emails each year, providing educational advice to parents, professionals and adults with learning difficulties.
Our service provides:
- A free advisory line for parents, educators and professionals
- Academic and Psychoeducational assessments
- Specialist Teacher (tutor) service
- Assistive Technology advice/consults
- Workshops for parents and educators both face-to-face and online
- An online shop
- A Library for Speld Qld financial Members
- Professional Development for parents, educators and organisations
- An Electronic magazine
- Online resources
- Ongoing consultation and support
All programs used and promoted by Speld are evidenced and researched based.
Documentary: I can so read and write
I can so read and write is a 40 minute documentary produced by Tony Gray and TVQ Channel 0 in Brisbane in 1975 on behalf of Speld Qld. All costs associated with producing the documentary were met by Channel 0 under the administration of the General Manager, Mr Ron Archer. The script was written by renowned television writer, Maureen Moran.