Our Approach

Targeting Where The Support Is Needed And


In rural and remote parts of Indonesia, such as North Bali early childhood development services that would possibly identify dyslexia are either absent, inaccessible or unaffordable to most children, meaning they miss out on valuable early learning and development opportunities that their urban counterparts in the south receive.


To be clear-We celebrate the differences in which children think!

The population of Bali, Indonesia is over 4.2 million. Catering for a growing population there are hundreds of schools with little or no material to practice inclusive education.

According to recent research studies we’ve discovered dyslexia in remote locations of Bali is misunderstood for ‘laziness’ ‘lacking intellect’ ‘slow’, which in turns leads children to feel frustrated and discouraged to learn.

Our approach is an evidence-based methodology which derives from IDA [International Dyslexia Association] identifying individuals’ needs, challenges and strengths. We believe our dyslexic students are gifted with a unique way of learning and understanding of the modern world.

Hidden in very remote rural locations of Bali are thousands of dyslexic children who may become the next generation of entrepreneurs and professionals, who could contribute to the growth of their community and country. With our support and intervention programs for both teachers and students, we aim to provide opportunities for dyslexic learners giving them access to quality education without them being marginalized for their learning differences.

Bali Dyslexia Foundation is proud to be Bali’s first free service offering teacher training, student assessment, ongoing student support, Teacher programs that empower teachers by sharing knowledge on ‘Inclusive Learning’, furthermore student scholarships specifically for students with dyslexia.



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