LSE’s Neurodiversity Service now has a Moodle site where you can find information, ask questions and get responses relating to neurodiversity. The site also has a Neurodiversity Interest Group Discussion Forum.

The Neurodiversity Service now has a Moodle site where you can get answers to your questions:

In ‘Student Experiences’ you can hear the stories of how gifted and talented dyslexic and dyspraxic students have achieved success at university.

In ‘What Happens…?’ you can learn about the processes that the Neurodiversity Service guides students through to access funding and support.

In the ‘Your Questions Answered’ forum you can seek information on any aspect of neurodiversity.

In ‘All About Neurodiversity’ there are links to websites with information on adults with dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD and dyscalculia, including a link to BrainHE, now hosted by LSE.

The Neurodiversity Service is now developing ‘Information for Staff’ and welcomes your questions and suggestions for the content of this part of the Moodle site. Please post your questions or comments on the ‘Your Questions Answered’ forum in Moodle, or email

To access the ‘Dyslexia and Neurodiversity’ Moodle site, click on the ‘Disability and Well-being Service’ link at the end of the ‘All courses’ list on Moodle homepage, then open Dyslexia and Neurodiversity.