Neurodiversity is about how our brains process information and how we think, as we can be wired differently. This includes concentration, language, sound, images, light, texture, colour, touch, smell, taste, perception, sequencing and movement. One major neuro-diverse type is listed below

What is Dyslexia? It affects how words are processed: reading, spelling, writing, information, language, sequencing, remembering things for a short time and referring to notes. Dyslexia is a learning disability that can affect all levels of intelligence. Dyslexia can impact on the development of automatic skills that may not match up to an individual’s other cognitive abilities.

Auditory ProcessingAuditory Processing – How they process information efficiently from what they hear and slow processing information.

NumeracyNumeracy – Difficulties and understanding of simple numbers which includes, money, telling the time, time keeping and basic numeracy skills

Working/Short Term MemoryWorking / Short-Term Memory – How they remember things for a short time, events, times, dates and have difficulty holding on to several pieces of information without referring to notes.

Around 10% of the UK population is affected to varying degrees, with 4% severely.

Some people that are dyslexic can have superior talents in certain areas. They can often have strong creative abilities, are intuitive problem solvers and original thinkers. Many have good visual and spatial awareness. They can also have good manual dexterity, communication and technical skills.

No matter how intelligent men and women are they can still feel misunderstood and vulnerable.

The above is about raising awareness in Lincolnshire and not intended as a medical document or advice. If you need any advice with regards to a medical or psychological problem, please contact your GP.

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Dyslexia Action
2-4 Mint Lane

Telephone: 01522 539267
Website: dyslexiaaction.org.uk
Email: info@dyslexiaaction.org.uk

Dyslexia Action
Park House
Wick Road
TW20 0HH

Facebook: www.facebook.com/DyslexiaAction

The British Dyslexia Association
Unit 8, Bracknell Beeches
Old Bracknell Lane
RG12 7BW

Office: 0845 251 9003
Helpline: 0845 251 9002
Email: admin@bdadyslexia.org.uk
Email: helpline@bdadyslexia.org.uk
Website: www.bdadyslexia.org.uk

Facebook: www.facebook.com/bdadyslexia
Twitter: twitter.com/BDAdyslexia
Blog: bdadyslexia.wordpress.com

If you are undiagnosed with dyslexia, you can get an initial test on line. This test is not a diagnosis and there is a charge, www.bdadyslexia.org.uk

The Dyslexia Association
Sherwood House
7 Gregory Boulevard

Helpline: 0115 924 6888
Email: helpline@dyslexia.uk.net
Website: www.dyslexia.uk.net

Dyslexia Centre
Assessment, Advice and Support

If you are undiagnosed with dyslexia, you can get an initial test on line. This test is not a diagnosis. FREE Indicator Test: www.amidyslexic.co.uk/am-i-dyslexic

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