Unaddressed dyslexia disabled me
I was assessed for dyslexia in my early 20s but not identified. This meant my dyslexia went unaddressed. Living with unaddressed dyslexia wasn’t easy or positive. I felt inept and blamed myself for my difficulties. This had a negative impact on me and the people around me.
Being assessed let me understand my dyslexia and address it
16 years later, my unaddressed dyslexia was causing me and others problems in employment. So I went to be assessed again. This time I was identified. Straight after my dyslexia assessment, I was given a Workplace Needs…
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