Dyslexia Doesn't Stop Me from Being Great

Dyslexia Doesn't Stop Me from Being Great

October is Dyslexia Awareness Month, and Estella Dior says its time to end the stigma that comes with being diagnosed with this disability

by Estella Dior, October 16, 2013

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Dyslexia Doesn't Stop Me from Being Great

Estella Dior is breaking down the myths about dyslexia

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and girls, contributed to an anthology, Everyday Grace, Everyday Miracles, written a own novel, Crowned, and I am an award-winning member of Toastmasters International.

As a dyslexic person, I understand that the learning process is ongoing. Though there is no cure, I continuously strive to improve. With support, patience and understanding, any person with dyslexia can succeed.

For more information on dyslexia, please visit the National Center for Learning Disabilities.

--As told to Dawn Michelle Hardy

 

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