Illustrating lateral disorientation (words in wrong place and letters switched around) and lateral inversion (b and d confused/switched around)
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"In the current climate of widening participation, particularly in those institutions that do not traditionally offer a 'learning-support' unit, it will prove invaluable to staff to embrace new methods to produce course materials and/or teaching, and to gain an understanding of the different types of organizational difficulties that dyslexic students have."
Italy – Provisions to support the access to information technologies for the disabled (January 2004)
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