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Date Posted: Mon, Apr 08 2002, 1:13:37
Author: Dot
Subject: Re: how does dyslexia affect you/Sara
In reply to: Sara Fillingham 's message, "how does dyslexia affect you" on Fri, Apr 05 2002, 15:42:21

Hi Sara, when I read your post I thought just the same as Andy, Re Dyspraxia. I'ts a very common conditon and one that does need therapy although I don't know if it would help now that you are adult. Have you read about it?. I think if you do and feel you do have it, then you can sort out which of your problems originate from the dyslexia and which ones from Dyspraxia. I myself have found out about disorders which I can then approach the professionals about and get them to confirm it. It's a waste of time expecting them to diagnose because they feel nothing can be gained from it..Dot http://www.dyspraxiafoundation.org.uk/

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