JP Staff (The Jakarta Post)
Thu, February 2 2023
Children and adults with dyslexia use a variety of methods to manage their condition and maximize their potential.
When Lely Yuniar Evelyn, 38, discovered she and her husband, Barlian Arif Ramadani, 44, had dyslexia while preparing to screen their children for the condition, the revelation made perfect sense to her.
Dyslexia, a highly heritable neurodevelopmental condition, makes it difficult for a person to read, write or spell, which explains why Lely used to “feel like she was falling behind in school and college”. She would also be highly nervous when facing certain subjects.
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