Adult Professionals with Dyslexia Find Common Ground – The Yale Center for Dyslexia & Creativity

“A prime motivator for Sinclair was a desire to make the world more accepting of his dyslexic daughter and others like her, so that they do not face “some of the challenges and isolation that go with being dyslexic in the working world.  I wanted to send a message to her that it’s okay that our brains work differently, that it’s not a negative, and that in some ways it’s actually quite positive,” says Sinclair.”

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Source: dyslexia.yale.edu

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