Website Shows Reality of Dyslexia

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You can never truly understand the struggles of others until you have walked a mile in their shoes – as the saying goes.

One website aims to put you in the shoes of someone who suffers from dyslexia, showing how difficult it can be for those with the common learning disability to read and write – and it is an eye-opening experience.

Created by a friend of a dyslexia sufferer, the website recreates the effort of reading a paragraph with the condition.

As one of the most common learning disabilities, estimated to affect 5 to 10 per cent of the population, and one in 10 people in the UK, the website is a useful tool for understanding the disorder.

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