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Reading Outloud – Such a Painful Task for a Dyslexic:

Reading out loud sounds like it should be easy but if you have dyslexia/irlens it isn’t always the case. I have struggled with this throughout my life while in school as well as work. At first I used to think it was because I was shy due to what teachers used to say. But now […]

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Irlen Syndrome – The one nobody talks about

Irlen Syndrome: What is Irlen Syndrome: Irlen syndrome is one of the hardest topics to explain. It is a condition that is linked with dyslexia and can affect 8 out 10 dyslexics and they may not even know it. I find this condition the hardest to cope with as it make you feel physical sick. […]

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Did you call me lazy? I love to see you have my brain – A insight into a dyslexic’s brain and the barriers we face every day:

Most people think dyslexia just affects reading and writing and sometimes they underestimate how challenging it can be for us. We often get branded lazy and slackers which then lowers our confidence. If you ever hear this from someone just point them to this article and see if they could cope with all this going […]

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Dyslexia, Irlens and Me:

This is the first time I have ever done anything like this. I am not a big fan of writing or reading but here we go. This will certainly not be written in best English and your going to be lucky if I even put punctuation in where it should be but at least I […]

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First steps

Hello, this is my very first blog. Being dyslexic means im not an amazing writer but do have experience I would love to share and I would also like to learn from other people. I was diagnosed with dyslexia and Irlen syndrome when I was around 17 when I took myself off and got tested […]

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