A modern method with amazing results which has been rocketing people to success for over 15 years



Online Dyslexia Tutor

Chris Blance is an online dyslexia tutor offering a unique style of teaching which is both enjoyable and effective.
A qualified dyslexia specialist for over 25 years Chris has taken many pupils struggling with literacy and transformed them, giving them skills, strategies and a new found confidence which has enabled them to reach potentials they never thought possible. These methods work with any child who has reading and spelling difficulties and not just those who have been given a formal diagnosis of dyslexia. Originally Chris taught local pupils either in schools or in her classroom  at home, but is now teaching exclusively online to anywhere in the world.
Get in contact today and start to witness the positive changes and see results. This is a great opportunity to experience the uniqueness of the methods that Chris has to offer.


The success rate in taking non readers and making them into capable readers of all pupils who completed the course

Years total teaching experience in schools, colleges and as a private tutor.

Over 1,000 pupils taught! Ranging from 5 to 56 years of age.

Years experience as a specialist dyslexia teacher giving lessons both privately and in schools.

Children who have not been formally diagnosed with dyslexia but who are finding reading, spelling and writing difficult can benefit from Help for Dyslexia

Children diagnosed with dyslexia who need help with dyslexia

Older students who are unable to read or spell the associated multi-syllabic vocabulary of their chosen subjects at school or at college

Pupils on the autistic spectrum who are having difficulty with literacy and require help with dyslexia

Adults who have struggled with literacy all their lives

Stroke victims who need to relearn the process of reading and spelling all over again

Learning resources

Bring the power of Chris’s teaching into your home with her range of learning materials, designed specifically to support children with dyslexia gain a love of reading.



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