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Dear Friend,

dear-reader-image 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. Dyslexia is not the result of lackluster instruction or poor eyesight, and with the proper support, people with dyslexia can become good (or great!) readers and writers. Learn what dyslexia is (and is not) and download a free copy of our dyslexia toolkit. Delve into more details below.

Sincerely,
The NCLD Team

P.S. Have you seen this must-see video on the dyslexic brain?
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