“It has nothing to do with how intelligent you are. You can be extremely bright and still have dyslexia. You just have to understand how you learn and how you process information. When you know that, you can overcome a lot of the obstacles that come with dyslexia. When you figure out how you learn, you can accomplish whatever you want.”
It is very encouraging to know that there are different kinds of help and support currently available to students with learning difficulties (Dyslexia) in higher education. Many of the colleges and educational institutions now recognize dyslexia and can cater for such students.
People with dyslexia have achieved a great deal and have succeeded in different fields. This blog is a space where one can interact with each other and find out the many avenues available for them. They can share ideas, clear doubts with people who are in their field of interest and have succeeded despite dyslexia. A success story is a proof that a learning difficulty is a state and is modifiable.