Doug talks about living with dyslexia and dyscalculia. He looks at the often overlooked or minimized signs of these learning disabilities and advocates for more awareness, sensitivity and consideration.
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I’m Dyslexic. . . No Joke
By on February 11, 2011 in Uncategorized
I don’t enjoy reading. I’ve been told this is the definition of dyslexia. Or at least part of the definition. Dyslexics lose their desire to read, or they never gain a desire, or they can’t seem to maintain a desire to continue along the written page. It seems dyslexia is more than the reversal of […]