Facts About Adult Dyslexia

Facts About Adult Dyslexia

With more than forty million Americans suffering from what is known as adult dyslexia, it can be safely assumed that it is a learning disability that is common and does not only affect children.

It is generally believed that such disorders can only be found in children; the difference is that while kids have the advantage of having their parents and educators help them, an adult with the problem of dyslexia has no such benefits.

He must fight it himself, but first and foremost, it is important to get tested and find out the type of dyslexia he is suffering from. Unfortunately, most adults do not even realize that they may be dyslexic, and their varying learning abilities are a result of this condition. Also, adults often feel embarrassed to reveal that they are having problems with reading and writing, and hence their condition goes untreated and they have no other option but to wade through life without any help whatsoever. If you too fall in this category, a dyslexia screening test is what you must get done without any delay.

You may find comfort in the fact that there are famous people who lived with this condition throughout their lives but it did not stop them from becoming super achievers. We are talking the likes of Albert Einstein, Alexander Graham Bell, the 1903 Nobel Prize winner Pierre Curie, Thomas Edison, Michael Faraday, singer Cher, one of Hollywood’s top actors Tom Cruise, entrepreneur Richard Branson, noted American journalist Anderson Cooper, racing driver Jackie Stewart and businessman Charles Schwab.

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