Specific Learning Difficulties
'I just feel like I'm not understood.'
Does this ring true for you?
Conditions such as dyslexia, dyscalculia, dyspraxia, ADHD and neuro-diversity are invisible.
When your condition is invisible, you end up having to explain it to people in order to have it acknowledged at all.
You can be seen as careless, clumsy, distracted, even disrespectful.
You may experience feelings such as inadequacy, anger, shame, anxiety and low self esteem.
Even those who love you seem to struggle to understand how you experience the world, and when you explain why, it feels like moaning and self pity.
I have both professional and lived experience of coming to terms with the challenges presented by invisible disabilities. I know that the effects of these conditions are profound and impact on the quality of life for people of all ages.
Everybody's experience of living with a learning difficulty is different. Sometimes it helps to talk to someone who is simply aware of the kind of impact it can have on your life.
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