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Dyslexia is an umbrella term which is used to describe a difficulty with the written word. People with dyslexia often have trouble spelling words correctly and sometimes have problems with reading and handwriting.
Often people with dyslexia find it difficult telling their left from right, reading clock faces, learning their times tables as well as struggling with auditory short term memory and some aspects of numeracy. Often people with dyslexia are innovative thinkers.
They can be very creative and holistic in the way they think and imagine things. Dyslexia does not affect intelligence, which is why it is also referred to as a “specific learning difficulty”. With the right help, people with dyslexia can learn and develop specific strategies in order to better cope with their difficulties.
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