Some of those successes with the dyslexic brain difference include Sir Richard Branson, Charles Schwab, Kinko’s founder Paul Orfalea, and now joining them, teen dynamo, Ollie Forsyth.
Most kids with dyslexia find that school is something they endure, often being bullied by peers and teachers; however, most of us flourish outside of our educational system, not despite dyslexia, but because of it.
At LexiAbility, we celebrate neurodiversity. We cherish these strengths and have designed our new school’s curriculum based in the idea that dyslexia is a brain difference with strengths and weaknesses. This allows us to help students address challenges while providing them the support and encouragement to unearth, develop, and use their unique strengths.