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John was applying for a new job as Director of Engineering at Tesco when his dyslexia became a problem he could no longer ignore.
Lillian is 9 and loves dancing. As soon as she was assessed for dyslexia, she got researching and spent World Book Day telling everyone what she’d found out.
With help from the charity and inspired by her amazing mum, Grace found that she can achieve whatever she wants.
After years of moving from place to place and job to job, Joanna finally got the answers she needed to settle and succeed.
After a succession of uninspiring jobs, Andy found something he really wanted to do and came to Helen Arkell to help make it happen.
Although school had been unhappy, Robin came into his own in the workplace, until back problems forced him to change his path and he finally sought help for his dyslexia.
Finlay talks about what dyslexia means for him
Kathy describes how her creative skills are what makes her unique
Sumi tells us about her dyslexia
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