The word ‘dyslexia’ means ‘difficulty with words’ in Greek. However it does not manifest itself purely as a reading and/or writing difficulty. It can affect people in different ways.
No two people will have the same dyslexic traits.
This is not a complete list nor do you have to have all of these traits to be dyslexic.
Dyslexic traits can include
Poor short term memory
Strong long term memory
Creative problem solving
Difficulty telling left from right
Difficulty in remembering and recalling instructions or directions which have been told to you.
Difficulty in remembering what you have read.
Notes from meetings or in general are unclear and make no sense.
Words and letters can move while reading.
You keep repeatively reading the same line.
Difficulty with spelling and writing.
Thinking in images.
Background noise is an irritation and can be highly frustrating.
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