Dyslexia is a learning disability that interferes with visual, auditory or motor processes, making reading and comprehension difficult.Dyslexics don’t see the written word the same way others do.
Other accommodations include scanning documents into a computer and converting text to audio, or using voice-output software, also called screen-reading software, that highlights and reads text out loud from the computer screen.They’ll simply push themselves to the nth degree to get it done.At home, they may do all the chores, keep the house clean and take care of the kids.Care-taking though is a part of who they are and if they stop doing it, they often begin to feel bad about themselves.The problem with care-taking isn’t that they’re kind to others.An on-screen ruler or copy highlighter can help you to focus on computer text.
Use screen-reading software that reads text out loud, and try electronic and talking dictionaries.
Letters or numbers may appear jumbled and meaningless.
Because their reading ability is challenged, dyslexics take longer to perform certain tasks.
You are entitled to accommodations, even if your workplace has fewer than 15 employees, but you must ask your employer to provide them.
Many workplace accommodations don’t involve extra expense or undue hardship.
Other accommodations could include providing large-print documents or typewritten material in a large, clear font.