Home Health Dyslexia and other learning difficulties
I was happy as a child with my toys in the nursery. I have been happier every year since I became a man. But this interlude of school makes a sombre, grey patch upon the chart of my journey.
My Early Life, Sir Winston Churchill
All children with specific learning difficulties improve as they grow. In some, the difficulties resolve completely, while others continue to have some degree of difficulty in the specific areas of learning affected. We still have no way of determining which children will continue to experience difficulty and which will not. Nor do we have reliable figures on the relative proportions of those where the difficulties resolve completely and those where they persist.
This chapter provides information and advice for adults with persisting specific learning difficulties.
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