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Month: July 2017

Handicapped by Dyslexia Ignorance

Handicapped by Dyslexia Ignorance

They are everywhere we look.  They fill our homes, our schools, and our workplaces.  Their ability to compensate and to memorize helps them stay hidden.  They are the children that grow into adults, struggling every day to read and write.  They are told that dyslexia isn’t real, they are called lazy, they are pushed through the system.  And they grow up handicapped, not by their disability, but by the ignorance about it.