Dyslexia is a one of the most common challenges a special education student’s teacher faces today. Luckily, dyslexia is gaining traction with social awareness and the negative stigma associated with it is breaking down slowly as people become more aware of the diagnosis. Teaching our children that they can be very successful is a key aspect to promoting learning with dyslexia.
Walt Disney, a dyslexic child born in 1901, became the founder of Mickey Mouse, one of the most loved cartoon characters of all time. The world-wide success of the Walt Disney Company is well known with their popular movies, shows, and theme parks. Although Walt Disney dropped out of high school, he was very determined to achieve his goals and most certainly did.
Suffering from Dyslexia, Walt Disney is an inspiration to many, as he did not let adversity slow him down on his passion for success in the cartoon and animated film industry.
~The Power Of Dyslexia

Key Takeaways:

Walt Disney was diagnosed with Dyslexia, but despite his struggles with his difference, he created an empire.
Disney dropped out of high school due to his difficulties with Dyslexia, but in 1919, he was hired at an animation studio creating advertisements, and subsequently opened his own studio.
Because of his difference, Walt Disney has become an inspiration for many as his adversity didn’t slow him down in pursuing his dreams.

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