Piano playing and Dyslexia

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A DYSLEXIC man has invented a system for teaching the piano to people with learning difficulties.

Emoji-Go is based on standard musical notation but assigns the colours of the rainbow to each of the seven notes from A (red) to G (violet).

These are illustrated with emojis, the smiley-faced characters used in text messages and on social media.

Inventor Kevin Thomson, 67, from Peppard Common, came up with the idea as he had struggled to learn to play the piano as a child.

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Employment discrimination for dyslectics

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People living with dyslexia are discriminated against while looking for jobs in the legal industry. This is due to employers drafting advertisements in a way that excludes them.

A researcher found that the wording in advertisements amounted to indirect discrimination on the basis of disabilities and that indirect discrimination was not rational, fair or justifiable.

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Fixing Dyslexia

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Read the interview in the link of the day and see how easy the fix would be:

“Rather than a knowledge gap, we have an action gap,” Shaywitz, a professor of pediatrics at Yale University School of Medicine, told me in a recent interview. “We have to act on the knowledge we have, and we haven’t done that, and it’s absurd.”

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