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Dyslexia is a condition that causes problems in perception, especially affecting reading abilities. Dyslexia affects 1 in every 10 people. Most adults with dyslexia do not know that they have it; they have never been tested or diagnosed.

Once diagnosed there are many effective ways to compensate for and overcome the effects of Dyslexia. Without diagnosis the dexlexic person will continue to suffer from reading and other disabilities. This leads to underachievement, never reaching their full potential and suffering from poor self esteem.

This site is dedicated to helping people find out whether they have Dyslexia or not and, if so, to get them started on the training and treatment of the problem side of the condition.

This treatment and training is necessary for them to overcome the difficulties that block them, to tap in to their full potential and lead full, productive lives.

Do you know someone who has difficulty reading, transcribing letters or numbers or tends to shun this kind of task? These are common symptoms of dyslexia

They might be dyslexic. The only way to know for sure is to take a simple test, which can be made online, from the privacy of one's home or office.

To find out how to access the test, Click here.

 

 

 

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