Research

Research is listed as one of our primary activities in the Memorandum and Articles of Ipswich DAB but very, very little has ever been carried out. Now we are making up for lost time and two pieces of research are currently underway, both linked to projects detailed below:-

  • The implementation of the Universal Credit pilot study and the analysis of the outcomes are part of a Master of Science degree supervised by University of St Mark and St John, Plymouth.
  • Employment in a changing workplace and people with dyslexia, who completed their education before the 1981 Education Act introduced SEN (Special Educational Needs) provision in school, is the subject of a distance learning doctorate being studied at the University of Exeter, funded and jointly supervised by University of St Mark and St John, Plymouth.

Dyslexia

we have been working with clients with dyslexia for about two years, using the skills of an existing member of staff. In January 2013 we will be expanding on this as we have been funded for an eight month project.

Further details on our Dyslexia page