The topics covered in this adult dyslexia section will help you to succeed and get the most out of your future. It can be hard to deal with dyslexia in adulthood, especially if you did not receive the right help and guidance at school. This is why it's so essential to take control of your situation and stop dyslexia from holding you back.
As an adult asking yourself 'am I dyslexic?' can be a scary question. You may be worried an assessment would confirm that you are indeed dyslexic.
However you may be concerned that a test would show that you are not dyslexic and have other learning issues. Nevertheless finding out one way or the other will have a positive impact on your life. Click here if you are worried about being assessed for dyslexia.
When you are dyslexic changing jobs can be a difficult process. The fear of not being able to perform adequately in a new job can be a very restraining feeling.
However in order to beat dyslexia you cannot let it hold you back from what you want to do in life. Click here if you need help changing jobs. It is so important to get stuck into new challenges. If you don’t try you’ll never know.
It is essential that when you have found a job you like dyslexia does not get in the way. Personal management skills are key to coping in the workplace. Click here for tips and strategies.
You have to be able to manage not only your workload but the way in which you carry out your daily tasks. Planning and ordering will help you to be as efficient as possible.
Taking a degree course can be one of the most rewarding experiences of your life. Being successful at university can make you feel like you have beaten dyslexia.
However is it the right way for you to get the job you want? Is there a better way for you to get where you want to go? Click here for help deciding if higher education is right for you.
We have put together a list of useful websites for the issues that dyslexic adults face. There are of course tons of other resources on the net. These are simply some of the most general ones. Click here for other useful websites.
Hopefully this adult dyslexia section has helped you with some of the day to day problems. When you are dyslexic the world is a much more challenging place. However please remember you can get over any barrier it puts in your way.