Ikea and Dyslexia

Dyslexia: News from the web:

IKEA founder Ingvar Kamprad passed away recently, and much has been said about his life and legacy. I want to highlight the positive impact his dyslexia had – as it has on many other entrepreneurs and high-achieving people across all sectors. I’m sure his dyslexia drove him to focus upon the things he was good at, and become expert at finding others who could excel in the areas he struggled.

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The value of early detection

Dyslexia: News from the web:

Without early detection and tailored support, 74 per cent of dyslexic children will remain poor readers in grade 9 and many will be unable to read well as adults, leading to frustration, school drop outs, and unemployment. However, identifying dyslexic students and providing support equips many for success in school and in life, improves behaviours and may eliminate their later need for special education.

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