Good problem solving skills
Ability to process information holistically & see ‘the big picture’
Articulate & good presentation skills
Good visual skills
Difficulties in reading accuracy
Persistent spelling errors
Planning and organising written work
Organisation and time management
Following a number of instructions if given at the same time
Transferring learning from one situation to another
Written tests or examinations, particularly if timed
Difficulty in memorising basic number facts
Poor sense of number and estimation
Difficulty in remembering mathematical processes
People with dyslexia may experience difficulty in some or all of the following areas:
Dyslexia Herts offers support, training and advice working positively to ensure that young people and adults with dyslexia and associated specific difficulties, such as dyspraxia or mathematical learning difficulties, are able to use their strengths and learn strategies to achieve their potential in education or in a work environment.
Dyslexia is a specific learning difficulty and is
recognised under the Equality Act 2010.
Dyslexia tends to run in families.
Dyslexia is not the same for everyone; every
person will experience it differently.
1 in 10 of the UK population is estimated to
Dyslexia can be seen as a difference and it brings with it many strengths. This means that people with dyslexia will have talents and abilities that may include: