Parents of children with dyslexia can attend a new free learning and support group.
The next meeting is on the July 14 at the library in Sutton Court Road, Hillingdon, between from 11am and 12.30pm.
All parents are welcome and you do not need a diagnosis.
The first meeting was held on June 23 at Oak Farm Library when there was a talk on the changes in special educational needs in the Children and Families bill.
There was also resources available for parents and we were able to share information.
The group offers a chance for parents to support each other in helping their children.
"There is a real need for this in the area and as parents of children with dyslexia we are aware of how important getting support and advice can be," said Kim Mears, who helps run the group.
To find out more call the library on 01895 556242.