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Albert Einstein dyslexia

So was he a #dyslexic? Many consider #dyslexia a gift that opens the doors to new discoveries of life. Disabilities are surrounded by the aura of romanticism around the extraordinary creative mind. #Einstein talked with long thoughtful sentences between the age of 2 and 3. However, some sources state Albert couldn’t talk until the age of 4, and couldn’t read before he turned 9. #Albert was very good at school, despite many thinking the opposite.

http://www.dyslexia-online.com/famous-people-with-dyslexia/albert-einstein.html
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Hans Christian Andersen dyslexia

According to many books of reputable writers, Andersen was #dyslexic. One can also find a significant amount of proofs on the Internet, and read “Hans Christian Andersen’s spelling and syntax: Allegations of specific #dyslexia are unfounded” article, or Corinne Roth Smith’s book “Learning Disabilities. The Interaction of Learner, Task, and Setting.”, that will tell us a lot about various views on the subject.

http://www.dyslexia-online.com/famous-people-with-dyslexia/hans-christian-andersen-dyslexia.html
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Winston Churchill dyslexia

Sir Winston Leonard #Spencer-Churchill is known for being an officer in the British Army. He was an artist, a historian, a writer of books about his campaigns and a #politician at the same time. He was the first person to be made an honorary citizen of the USA. He was the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom during the World War II from 1940 to 1945, and was leading the UK again from 1951 to 1955. He is also known for #dyslexia, even though he was a brilliant #orator.

http://www.dyslexia-online.com/famous-people-with-dyslexia/winston-churchill.html
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Walt Disney dyslexia

The Walt Disney Company, Disneyland park, Micky Mouse character, #comics and #cartoons… That is what we should thank Walter Disney for. Walter Elias is one of the most remarkable and well known American producers in the world. During his life, #Walter, or simply #Walt, has been working as a director, a screenwriter, a voice actor, a showman, hands-on film producer and animator, cartoon artist of newspaper comic strips, as well as the motion picture producer, #artist of comic books.

http://www.dyslexia-online.com/famous-people-with-dyslexia/walt-disney.html
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Dyslexia in adults

Adults Americans are much affected by dyslexia. The number of people struggling with the disease has reached over 42 million US adults. To see what the cause of such a disease is, we have to distinguish the root meaning. The word itself comes from the Greek language. It actually means “difficulty with words”. In fact, all the spelling, writing and reading issues originate from #dyslexia.

http://www.dyslexia-online.com/articles-about-dyslexia/dyslexia-in-adults.html
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Tom Cruise dyslexia

When Thomas was 7 years old, he was diagnosed as #dyslexic, and this affected his future life path a lot. He developed own unique methods of dealing with reading and spelling issues that helped him a lot. Cruise has never stopped fighting with the disease thanks to his career and studies that required him to keep moving on.

http://www.dyslexia-online.com/famous-people-with-dyslexia/tom-cruise.html
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Dyslexia in Children

Each one of us has its own learning pattern. Schools develop various systems and programs for diverse groups of students to succeed both in learning and developing basic skills as reading and writing. However, some people struggle with reading and their brains cannot perceive written information automatically as we used to.

http://www.dyslexia-online.com/articles-about-dyslexia/dyslexia-in-children.html
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Whoopi Goldberg

Whoopi Goldberg’s #dyslexia is an example of struggle with being labeled as “retarded” and not developed enough. According to Whoopi’s words, all the tests she passed indicated her to be retarted. However, she was rebelling against this, as she could not believe she was stupid. She says, “I like to be read to, and if you read to me, I can retell everything you read.”

Read more: http://www.dyslexia-online.com/famous-people-with-dyslexia/whoopi-goldbergs-dyslexia.html
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37 basic signs of dyslexia

Most dyslexics have about 10 of the characteristics and types of behavior listed above. These symptoms can change every day and every minute. The most constant feature of #dyslectics is their impermanence.

Read more: http://www.dyslexia-online.com/articles-about-dyslexia/37-basic-signs-of-dyslexia.html
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