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People with dyslexia have ‘enhanced abilities’, according to a new study

Dyslexia is linked to “enhanced abilities” in areas like discovery, invention and creativity. Image: Unsplash/Hal Gatewood

Victoria Masterson

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Dyslexia and future skills demand.
People with dyslexia have strengths that are increasingly in demand. Image: EY / Made by Dyslexia (p29)
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