Learning Disability: Dyslexia In The Workplace
To Look Out For And What You Can Do
Dyslexia Statistics, Signs and Symptoms
At this point you may think that dyslexia is a bad thing in the workplace – not so! There are many professions where dyslexic tendencies are advantageous and it would make sound business sense to actively recruit people with dyslexia. There are disproportionately more people with dyslexia in for example, the architect profession, where artistic creativity and design are highly valued.
It is thought that the dyslexic brain processes information in the right brain, (compared with the more usual left brain dominance), and this may be reason for the distinctive dyslexic strengths and talents.
What You Can Do To Assist People With Dyslexia in the Workplace
Citation Information: Swinton, Lyndsay. "Learning Disability: Dyslexia In The Workplace." Mftrou.com. 12 April 2005. < http://www.mftrou.com/learning-disability-dyslexia.html >.blog comments powered by Disqus
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