Dyslexia Daily

Hi people
Hi! My name is Antonia and am from Austria. I have created this website to raise awareness for Dyslexia. I have had dyslexia for all my life but over the years I have learnt to cope with it. With this website I want to publish interesting facts, resources, ideas and statistics about dyslexia. I hope you enjoy!From Antonia

What is Dyslexia?

What is dyslexia? What makes somebody dyslexic? What are an dyslexic persons strengths and weaknesses? What are some famous examples of dyslexics?

There are so many myths and questions about Dyslexia. Often people assume that dyslexic people just read words backwards or turned upside down. As a matter of fact, over half the population has no clue what dyslexia is about.

But don’t worry if you are not quite sure what dyslexia is about. This website is here to not only give information and facts on dyslexia, but to also provide additional resources such as useful websites, book and podcast recommendations, inspiring quotes and so much more!

My Latest Posts

  • Dyslexia explained
    What is Dyslexia? Dyslexia is a learning difference. Children with dyslexia especially have difficulty with reading, spelling and with learning foreign languages. However, it is important to note, that dyslexia does not affect the intelligence of a person. It actually is said, that a most dyslexics have average or even above average IQ’s and inContinue reading “Dyslexia explained”
  • My Bilingual Speech on Dyslexia (English & German)
    This is my speech on dyslexia that I wrote for a bilingual speaking competition in February. The speech I presented is a combination of German and English which I inserted below. However I will soon be publishing the full English version of this speech in addition to this version. I hope you enjoy 🙂 HabContinue reading “My Bilingual Speech on Dyslexia (English & German)”
  • FAQ
    Q: What is dyslexia? A: Dyslexia is a language based learning disability. Students with dyslexia often experience difficulties with both oral and written language skills, such as writing, and pronouncing words. Q: What causes dyslexia? A: Brain imagery studies show differences in the way the brain of a person with dyslexia develops and functions. TheContinue reading “FAQ”