learning difficulties: dyslexia & adults

comprehensive information for dyslexia

 

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Many adults who have dyslexia have never been diagnosed as being dyslexic. Dyslexics often have major problems in a work environment, filling in forms etc., because they try to hide the problem.


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Many dyslexic adults suffer from low self esteem, lack of confidence and fall short of their employment ability; they are often relieved to know their lack of progress is due to dyslexia and once diagnosed, they can receive the right kind of help.

Recent research showed a high proportion of self-made millionaires are dyslexic, probably because they had the tenacity and self-belief to succeed.


Many dyslexics excel in areas such as:
* Architecture
* Arts
* Computer sciences
* Construction * Electronics
* Engineering
* Entertainment
* Mathematics
* Physics
* Sports.

Adult support group, go to link below:
www.dyslexia-adults.com/index.htm

 


 

Dyslexia & SpLD's News

 

01/10/13 - Ditch your keyboard. With DRAGON, you just talk your ideas and it types it on the page for you. Yes, it's that easy!
01/10/13 - Dyslexia Awareness Week, 2013 - Monday 14th October to Sunday 20th October 2013
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27/09/13 - Dyslexia - TES, Special Needs, London, Exhibition, Friday 11th & Saturday 12th October 2013
25/09/13 - Music - Moving to the rhythm 'can help language skills'
25/09/13 - 'Afternoon naps' aid children's learning
16/09/13 - Supporting students with dyslexia: tips, tricks and tech for teachers
05/09/13 - A new 'Typeface' called 'Dyslexie' for dyslexics
05/09/13 - Dyslexia ‘seen in brain scans’ of pre-school children


 


 

dyslexia Awareness Week

 

01/10/13 - Dyslexia Awareness Week, 2013 - Monday 14th October to Sunday 20th October 2013



Coming Soon

Dyslexia and Learning a Language

 

A new section on learning foreign languages and the difficulties faced by student's with dyslexia and other learning difficulties, will be added shortly. This section will look at the different ways of learning; Spanish; French; Italian and other languages.