Dyslexia is often thought of as difficulty with literacy experienced by intelligent people.  However, it is not limited to literacy issues.  It is an alternative way of thinking, primarily using pictures or images that enables individuals to view the world from many different perspectives and in creative ways.  It can affect a range of areas, including literacy and numeracy; motor skills, organisation, focus, time and processing difficulties, as well as behaviour challenges.   They have significant impact on the person’s life.

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37 Common Characteristics         Adult Dyslexia          Dyslexia in Teenagers         Related Learning Disabilities

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