South East Surrey Dyslexia Association was formed in 1980 by Jean Hutchins who is now President.

SESDA is run by a Committee, consisting entirely of volunteers.
Committee Members are parents, teachers and specialist teachers.

SESDA provides:

Helpline – individual advice for parents and teachers.
Public meetings with expert speakers.
Register of specialist dyslexia teachers.
Teachers’ Courses.
Regular Parents’ Support Meetings.
SESDA Library situated in Redhill Public Library.

Membership benefits :

SESDA Newsletters.
British Dyslexia Association ‘Contact’ magazine.
Discounts for Meetings.
Discounts for Open Meetings and Training Courses.