Those unfamiliar with dyslexia might assume that all individuals with dyslexia face, essentially, the same obstacle: The letters get mixed up and that’s that, right? Wrong. Roughly one in five people has dyslexia, but the language processing difficulties that accompany dyslexia exist on a spectrum—meaning that the experience of dyslexia differs from person to person.
We love the following video from Dr. Kelli Sandman-Hurley, who celebrates the neurodiversity described above and encourages us to throw labels like “normal” out the window. Enjoy.