These adults, with others from a website for adult dyslexics, look at the impact childhood trauma has on dating, then on marriage/long-term partners.
A commissioned study interviewing long-term partners of dyslexics brings new perspective to understanding how dyslexia affects relationships and how they interact as parents.
Not every dyslexic person will experience reading exactly as Widell’s website presents the shifting text. The full unscrambled text on Widell’s website reads: “A friend who has dyslexia described to me how she experiences reading.
She can read, but it takes a lot of concentration, and the letters seem to ‘jump around.’ “I remembered reading about typoglycemia.
I finally realized that I should also use all the time available to me to work on regular homework assignments, too. How do I get a workplace needs assessment with the BDA?How do I choose a specialist teacher to support my dyslexia child? See More » The BDA is delighted to announce that our Level 5 Training Programme has been accredited as a training programme that meets the requirements for BDA Approved Teacher/Practitioner Status (ATS/APS). Training webinars and resources are available to support teaching for neurodiversity in the classroom.This extra burden can have a heavy impact on the survival of the relationship, and social exchange theory is investigated with dyslexics. Dyslexia and careers are also investigated, with post-traumatic growth theory used to explain why many dyslexics overcome extreme trauma in mainstream education, but still attain post-school at university and in business.