The Guide for Students with Dyslexia and Dysgraphia
Guest Blog: EduBirdie
A learning disorder or difficulty in following the curriculum should never become a barrier for students who want to learn and succeed. Yet, not many know about available resources or how to get the most out of a special situation. People living with dyslexia find it especially challenging as their condition affects their ability to read, spell, or interpret words, symbols, and letters in daily life. While it does not affect a person’s intelligence or ability to process information per se, it introduces major learning challenges as every text must be recognized without distortion.
The same can be said about another condition called dysgraphia, a person’s inability to write coherently due to neurological disorder or related brain condition. A reason why these two learning disabilities are often linked together is a strong sense of disorientation and a necessity of additional help.