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The Reading Centre champions reading as an essential life skill and a rewarding pastime. It provides specialist advice to educators and parents on how to teach reading and support readers, including strategies for students with dyslexia.

We want all Queensland children - from infants to 18 year-olds - to value reading and appreciate the lifelong benefits of being effective readers.

The Reading Centre partners with stakeholders to identify priorities and draws upon the best available evidence to offer a range of resources, services and initiatives.

Reading experts operate from the Reading Centre in Woolloongabba, Brisbane providing expert advice, information and training to:

View the Reading Centre Fact Sheet Adobe PDF document197K for more information about the Reading Centre.

Be the first to hear our news and learn about events and professional learning opportunities, subscribe to the Reading Centre newsletter.

To learn more about the vision, values and priorities of the Reading Centre, please view the Autism Hub and Reading Centre Strategic Plan 2016-2017 Adobe PDF document700K.

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