Become a Better Reader – The Yale Center for Dyslexia & Creativity

“There is no deadline or age limit for when a person can learn to read. Research attests to the plasticity of the human brain and its ability to reshape itself in mature adults as it does in children. There are many dyslexic adults who are out of school and working or in retirement who simply want to learn to read or have more focused goals related to their work or to pursuing a high school equivalency (GED) diploma. Such adults face a serious challenge but one that can be met successfully.”

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Source: dyslexia.yale.edu

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