I have a diagnosis of autism, but have not been assessed for dyscalculia, although I know I have it because I've always struggled with numbers and have no maths qualifications as a result (it's beyond just having a weakness in this area - I have a severe deficit that was picked up on in primary school, and was assessed, but no official diagnosis was given - dyscalculia was not formally named until very recently). I was wanting to have a proper assessment done so that I could have a formal diagnosis of dyscalculia because it might offer some protection and recognition of this difficulty. I can't handle bills for example. I know I would have to pay. My question is, how could I get an assessment? I am not in work or training. I am on benefits. Would I get a concession because of this?