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Dyslexia

Dyslexic people think faster than they can read.
People with the Dyslexic neurotype struggle to parse written language. Though this neurotype can often come with associated shame it’s important to understand the underlying mechanics: dyslexic people process information so quickly that their eyes can’t keep up.
It’s not that they’re “stupid”, whatever that means. It’s that their brains are working so fast that written text trips them up because they have to slow down so much to make sense of it. Imagine how frustrating that would be!
Dyslexia Resources
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We are center that does research, education, advocacy & outreach, and clinical work.
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Information on someone who is interested in the intersection of law and neurodiversity
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It’s not perfect, but it’s an introduction to neurodiversity in a professional context.
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Dyslexic Social Media Accounts
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Writer with multiple neurodivergent dx, also trans/nonbinary, queer, and multiply disabled in other ways. Talking about the intersections of these realities and how they all connect and crash.
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He makes art and funny videos.
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Introspective Ranting - Resource Sharing - Science Discussions
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Neurodivergent woman in tech designing access rider building tool to promote access and inclusion for neurokin in screen and media sector.
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Neurodivergent artist, poet and parent
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