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From Richard Branson's 'My letter to my younger dyslexic self' #richardbranson #mentoring #coaching #entrepreneurship #dyslexia #quotes #virgin

My letter to my younger dyslexic self | Virgin

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I personally can relate with this. I have a Learning disability that causes me to learn academics four years slower then  my age. This does not mean I never learn, it just means that we need to work a little more & take a little longer to learn. But I promise you...you can & will make it. <3

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People with learning and attention issues often have a lot to say about how those challenges have shaped their lives. Here are great quotes about dyslexia to inspire you and your child.

11 Great Quotes About Dyslexia

People with learning and attention issues often have a lot to say about how those challenges have shaped their lives. Here are great quotes about dyslexia to inspire you and your child.

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I am thankful for the worst moments in my life. I wouldn't be who I am without them. And I like who I am and what I've become!

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Dyslexia: The gift of seeing differently -- Women's Plus T

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I was recently screened and diagnosed with moderate classic dyslexia, and for the first time I felt like I wasn't an odors or stupid or like there was something abnormally strangely wrong with me. Now thanks to cinthia depello and a friend and a mother named April I am now able to accept the uniqueness of my brain!!!

I was recently screened and diagnosed with moderate classic dyslexia, and for the first time I felt like I wasn't an odors or stupid or like there was something abnormally strangely wrong with me. Now thanks to cinthia depello and a friend and a mother named April I am now able to accept the uniqueness of my brain!!!

You may find this hard to read. Imagine if everything you read looked like this. Dyslexia Action Taking Action Changing Lives #dyslexia

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Dyslexia is not a disease to have and be cured of, but a way of thinking and learning. #Dyslexia

K-12 Dyslexia / Learning Disabilities

Because dyslexia is a neurological, language-based learning disability, if individuals are taught in the way their brains learn, they can become proficient in the necessary language-based skills (i.e., speaking, reading, spelling, and writing) for success in school, work, and life. Research has been clear that individuals with dyslexia must receive explicit, sequential, systematic, and multi-sensory Orton Gillingham-based reading instruction to find success. This is what their brains need…