Learning Differences

I must say that I take exception to the commonly heard statement that dyslexic individuals learn differently. I see this statement as being misleading as it tends to falsely indicate that we (yes, I am dyslexic, too) possess hidden mechanisms in our brains that compensate for the neurological damage that accompanies this condition.

The difference we dyslexics experience is that we need to work harder than our non-affected peers. However, it must be noted that this condition does not affect our intellectual ability. In fact, we are very capable of attaining the same academic success as our non-dyslexic peers do. Incidentally, this includes the attainment of under-grad as well as post-grad university degrees.

To learn more about dyslexia, refer to www.abcofreading.com.

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