Jamie Oliver was certainly not a dumb kid!
Famous Dyslexics Articles
This amazing Asperger musician is able to portray a different perspective to playing and understanding music, a way that would help a visual learner to connect to music: I was very inspired by this clip.
I knew Daniel Radcliffe was dyslexic, but this is new to me. There certainly was no sign of Dyspraxia when I saw his Harry Potter performance. But good on Radcliffe to speak out so openly about his challenges in this article.
More and more actors and actresses are coming out: they are dyslexic. I don't think it's 'fashionable', but it helps explain why they are really good at their profession: An actor who has a visual way of feeling himself into a role would of...
"As a kid growing up in Cleveland, Ohio, Cohn was diagnosed with dyslexia, a reading disorder. He struggled in school. By the time he was in sixth grade, he had attended four different schools. Teachers and classmates had written him off as an...
It is wonderful to see how more and more people are focusing on the positive aspects of Dyslexia and thereby dispelling the stigma around Dyslexia.
It's something for the smaller kids out there, but quite cute and reinforcing the gifts, rather than the challenges.
The following story explains the habit of successful people - and the talent of the dyslexic mind: Richard Branson: "I was in my late 20s, so I had a business, but nobody knew who I was at the time. I was headed to the Virgin Islands and I had a...
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