byslexia or dyslexia?
What do Thomas Edison, Magic Johnson, and Leonardo da Vinci have in common? Besides the fact that they are all great people who have had great impact on society, they all have dyslexia. Many of the world's most highly influential and massively brilliant people have it; so is it really a disability? Click here to view a list of more famous people who have dyslexia. You will surely be surprised at some of the names on the list.
have the assumption that being dyslexic means you are not as smart as
others, but this is not true. People with dyslexia may learn at a slower
rate than others or may seem to have trouble with reading and writing
but this does not make them less intelligent. Benjamin Franklin, Galileo,
and Pablo Picasso had dyslexia; were they less intelligent? Many people
even consider dyslexia as a gift rather than a disability. As you further
explore this website, you will learn new information about this learning
disability that you might not have known before. In this website, we have
the history of dyslexia, and suggestions on how to adapt to it. We even
have an interview from a dyslexic person who
has been living with dyslexia all his life; in fact he did not realize
he had dyslexia until he was an adult. We hope you enjoy our website and
gain a greater respect towards dyslexics and a better understanding of