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According to the Dyslexia Association, dyslexic people often find it helpful to use technological aids such as computer packages, digital recorders and smartphones.

“This frees them from some of the effort involved in written work and routine organisation, and allows them to concentrate on the parts of their work they do best,” explains the health body.

Success in employment can be difficult for adults struggling with dyslexia but there are ways to achieve your goals.

“Seek evaluation and instructional help with reading and writing, regardless of your age,” advises the Mayo Clinic.

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