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The Importance of Understanding Dyslexia or ‘Hidden’ Disability


Posted by Katherine Kindersley, Director, Dyslexia Assessment & Consultancy

Managers need to have an understanding of dyslexia if workplaces are to be inclusive and comply with equality and disability legislation. Daily Telegraph 1 October 2010:
‘The Equality Act is expected to lead to discrimination claims from dyslexic workers who have been barred from carrying out certain tasks because of their tendency to make spelling mistakes.'


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