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Led by Professor Maggie Snowling, Professor Charles Hulme and Dr Emma Hayiou-Thomas this six-year longitudinal study from 2007, funded by the Wellcome Trust, investigated the nature of the developmental relationships between dyslexia and specific language impairment (SLI).

  • Background

    Led by Professor Maggie Snowling, Professor Charles Hulme and Dr Emma Hayiou-Thomas this six-year longitudinal study from 2007, funded by the Wellcome Trust, investigated the nature of the developmental relationships between dyslexia and specific language impairment (SLI).

  • Findings

    Summary of the key findings from the project

  • Research implications

    Implications for dyslexia and for language learning impairments

  • Research staff

    Wellcome Language and Reading Project team

  • Presentations

    Presentations on our findings

  • Case studies

    Two cases studies featuring children involved in the project

  • Publications

    A list of the publications resulting from the Wellcome Language and Reading Project

  • Useful resources

    Project newsletters and updates

  • Archive

    Presentations given by members of the Project Team at earlier stages of the Wellcome Language and Reading Project