Dyslexia is a specific learning disability that affects every 1 out of 10 people. It hampers an individual’s ability to read or write, despite having average intelligence. However, it not only affects the individual ability to communicate and learn but the effects can be far-reaching as it permeates many important actions of the daily life.
Even though there is a multitude of organizations raising awareness and providing help and support for people suffering from dyslexia, there is still not enough awareness as the general public often misunderstands the nature of this disorder. Therefore, the lack of knowledge in regards to the understanding of what exactly dyslexia is may often compromise the child/Adults self-esteem.
Relearning Dyslexia will seek to debunk common misconceptions about dyslexia and raise awareness amongst the general public about the nature of this disability. Encouraging dyslexic people and others affected by it to embrace their learning differences, Moreover will call on to parents, family, and friends to take greater action in helping dyslexics