Nov 13, 2023
Episode 46 - Thinking Differently About Dyslexic Strengths
This week's epsiode is a Rewind of one of our popular episodes, episode No.2 'Dyslexic Strengths'1
don't like to refer to dyslexia as a "Superpower".
I feel that terming dyslexia as a "Superpower" alienates people, I think it sets the bar too high, and I don't believe it truly highlights the reality of dyslexia in adults.
I like to look at dyslexia strengths alongside the challenges and weaknesses. This is important as I believe it helps to recognise that the challenges and our strengths go hand-in-hand.
- Talking about Dyslexic Strengths,
- Not looking at Dyslexia as a "Superpower",
- How we can discuss dyslexic strengths in a better way, and
- How you can find your dyslexic strengths.
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