The Talia Trust supports school-aged children from disadvantaged homes who are in regular education and who have specific learning difficulties and/or ADHD.
The Talia Trust funding pays for educational testing for middle and high school children when their parents cannot afford to do this.
These test results aid teachers in guiding those students how to study for exams, through acquiring learning strategies appropriate to each student's specific difficulties.
These results also allow students to take exams under special conditions, suited to their needs. In return, the children volunteer their time in various community benefit programmes.
The Talia Trust assists children, whose parents do not have the means to do so, in regular primary schools, to learn study tools that build self-confidence to succeed in education.