One in 10 people in the UK are believed to have dyslexia. It manifests differently in each person; some experience migraines, others suffer memory loss, it can range from mild to severe, and it can co-occur with other learning difficulties. It usually runs in families and is a life-long condition.
Are we doing enough to support our friends, colleagues and employees – and do we really understand what it is?
We asked three people, Kirstie, Natasha and Ange, all Seetec employees, to join us for a chat about what dyslexia means to them. We also spoke to Helen Goodsall, Knowledge and Information Manager at The British Dyslexia Association to discover more about the condition.
Press play and take a listen – you might be surprised by some of the things you’ll learn about this neurological difference.