Nervous System

How can dyslexia affect a person's daily life?
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  1. Dyslexia can affect every aspect of language learning, including how a person produces and comprehends oral and written and communication; this can significantly affect all aspects of daily life. Anyone who has dyslexia might find listening to a recorded story as difficult as trying to read the written text. In addition, daily tasks, such as scheduling, reading or writing a list, reading newspaper or magazine articles, and planning or organizing tasks, can be challenging for a person with dyslexia.

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