Not all dyslexic people will feel comfortable disclosing their difficulties in the workplace, some may not have had a formal diagnosis and, therefore, may be unaware that the challenges they face are due to dyslexia.
Any changes that are put in place to support dyslexic employees will also benefit other staff members. By being aware of different learning preferences and flexible in your approach, your organisation can be much more successful in training situations. Some simple changes can make all the difference.
Introducing a sensitive and thoughtful approach to how you deliver training within your organisation will benefit all your employees.
Click hear to read the full article from the British Dyslexia Association.