Comparatively little is known about the unique learning style of the dyslexic, and yet it is accepted that one-in-ten individuals prefer this visual-spatial learning style.
Many dyslexics suffer from low self-esteem - an ingrained belief, confirmed on a daily basis, that they are stupid, slow, and a burden to themselves, their families, and society.
A change in perception is needed so that these very able individuals can take their rightful places in our communities. This can be achieved via Outreach, Preventative Measures, Financial Support and Community Building.
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