20 years ago, when I first became involved in dyslexia,the best way to get information was to physically go to a local knowledgable person and ask for details. Thus in the UK there was a thriving system of local associations. Now the internet is the place to go for information. Hence the slow demise of the local groups. However, we still need to find connections, either to what few groups there are, or to national associations, information centres, institutions, local tutors or any other form of information and support centre. It is for this reason that I have developed GeoDysCo (Geomaps Dyslexia Contacts). It is currently in Beta, and I would welcome contact from anybody who has organisations, institutions and individuals they think should be listed. See the website for the details I needs.