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Dyslexia is either developmental or acquired - it is present from birth and tends to run in families or is acquired later in life through an accident. And most signifi-cantly, dyslexia is for life. Dyslexia then needs to be recognised as more than a childhood disability and while it should not be viewed as an undefeatable impediment to success as clearly there are many highly successful dyslexic individuals, dyslexia’s effects on an individual do not disappear as they grow older.The majority of dyslexic people have developmental dyslexia and often it is not diagnosed until a person is older. In the… Read more

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