Frequently Asked Question

What is dyslexia?

Dyslexia can be described as an otherwise unexplained learning difficulty in acquiring literacy skills - in particular, substantial delay in fluent reading, writing and spelling. This core problem may also be accompanied by other difficulties e.g. in information processing, retention or visual perception. The level of difficulty may vary from mild to severe. Dyslexia is often a 'hidden disability' and affects how people process information.