Thursday, October 05, 2006

Girl with rare dyslexia condition overcame with simple color solution.

Gemma Williams was diagnosed with a special, rare kind of dyslexia. From the age of three, she needs to read whatever word upside down. She suffered from this “little” inconvenience from 14 years until an unexpected solution was presented to her. By writing word on an orange color paper, or by placing an orange transparency over the writing she wanted to read, she can now reads normally. (Link)

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