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This article is a fascinating look at the specifics of dyslexia. Dyslexics often are inclined to sound out words and derive a spelling from that, a spelling that is often incorrect. There are some dyslexics that can read text well as long as the first and final letter of a particular word is correct. Dyslexia is a lifelong differently-abled way of learning, but it can be effectively conquered if one is given learning interventions that allow one to read and comprehend information with a similar proficiency as one who lacks dyslexia.

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“Visually Communicating with Dyslexics” infographic by Katy Souders. “This is an infographic I made to go along with a research project I did on finding better techniques to visually communicate with dyslexics.” For a larger version, go to: grumbles87.devian…


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