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About dyslexia

Signs of dyslexia

There is a misconception that dyslexia just affects the ability to read and write. If this were true, it would be much easier to identify. In fact dyslexia can have an affect on areas such as coordination, organisation and memory.

Each person with dyslexia will experience the condition in a way that is unique to them and as such, each will have their own set of abilities and difficulties.

However, if you know what to look for, there are common signs that can help you to identify whether the difficulties being experienced could be indicative of dyslexia and would suggest that further investigation could be beneficial.

To find out more about the signs of dyslexia visit the relevant page:

Signs of dyslexia (Early Years)

Signs of dyslexia (Primary school age)

Signs of dyslexia (Secondary school age)

Signs of dyslexia (Adults)