• Oral language skills and reading fluency
  • Difficulties with spelling and writing
  • Problems with reading, taking notes, remembering numbers, names and details.
  • Number skills
  • Difficulty with time keeping, time management
  • Organising work or managing projects
  • Short-term memory problems and sequencing difficulties such as following instructions or directions.
  • Auditory and or visual processing of language-based information
  • Sequencing and directionality
  • Organisational ability

It is important to remember that everyone with dyslexia is different and that they will not necessarily experience all of the difficulties above. Everyone has different strengths, difficulties and strategies that will work for them.

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