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Best Careers for People with Dyslexia
Around 5 to 15 percent of Americans across all demographics have dyslexia. For several years, they have been inappropriately labeled “dumb” or “lazy” because it was a heavily misunderstood condition. But with the advances in neuroscience, we now know that dyslexia is a cognitive learning disability that affects one’s ability to read, write, and spell—and it has nothing to do with how intelligent a person is. People with dyslexia can be as smart and as capable as their neurotypical peers. Dyslexia isn’t a career sentence or a limitation. In fact, there are several career paths that people with dyslexia may excel in.
Research into Web Accessibility and Dyslexia-focused fonts
There are few published papers about usability testing with dyslexia focused fonts, but there is a considerable collection of knowledge on dyslexia as well as many suggestions for authoring dyslexia friendly interfaces.