A New Poll Reveals Persistent Misperceptions about Learning Disabilities
A recent poll examining progress in the public understanding of learning disabilities found both encouraging trends and persistent misconceptions. Conducted in 2010 by Roper Public Affairs & Corporate Communications, this study of attitudes about learning disabilities is the fourth commissioned by the Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation since 1995.
Adult Dyslexics Speak Out About Dyslexia
We would like to explain how we have finally been able to overcome illiteracy. After spending most of our lives convinced we could never learn to read and write, we have recently made enormous progress. The success we have experienced in the last few years is the result of being diagnosed as dyslexic and receiving effective help.