Living With Dyslexia
It is estimated that 5 - 17% of U.S. children have dyslexia; making it the most common learning disability among children. Dyslexia is not something that can be cured however with the proper accommodations and assistance the side-effects and challenges can be greatly improved. There are several simple ways to assist dyslexic individuals live in a more comfortable and friendly environment.
In The Dyslexia Empowerment Plan, author Ben Foss discusses ways to improve the conditions of dyslexia and how we can help our children by channeling their strengths, utilizing technology and several other techniques. These practices can help individuals cope with dyslexia when they become adults. Let's take a look how we can come together to make a difference.