Children with Dyslexia have a different intelligence, way of thinking and way of seeing the world.  Many innovators, inventors and successful entrepreneurs have been Dyslexic.  Dyslexic thinking skills include imagination, inspiration, creativity and the ability to solve things.

They sometimes find it difficult to fit into rigorous, inflexible education methods.

Our resources for teachers and professionals on Dyslexia explain that if the condition is spotted early, there are strategies that can be used to work on the strengths of Dyslexic children which will allow them to develop different talents and thrive in life.

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Dyslexia in Children

Dyslexia falls under the umbrella of neurodiversity.  It’s the most common learning difference and it affects one in ten people.   It’s beneficial if it is noticed early and for parents and teachers to try and understand how a dyslexic brain might work.

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