Dyslexia in adults is difficult to identify as many people reach adulthood unaware of their dyslexia.
Also, many of them would have been hiding their difficulties for years Nevertheless, no matter how good a dyslexic individual is at hiding their difficulties, simple tasks like filling in a form will remain difficult and may become increasingly obvious, which can lead to anxiety and frustration.
Dyslexic difficulties can make every day-to-day task problematic, but with understanding and awareness, a dyslexic person can be successful.
Dyslexia can present itself in several ways and for that reason it is important to remember that all the signs in the list below will not be present in every dyslexic, as each dyslexic has their own individual difficulties.
Some of the signs of adult dyslexia:
If after reading this list of signs, you find that a number of them apply to you, then please consider having an assessment for dyslexia with a relevant specialist.
Unless you know you have dyslexia and gain the strategies to cope with it, you may find it difficult to deal with your day-to-day tasks or be successful in reaching your full potential.
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