Since starting nearly 5 years ago, I have been amazed at the number of labels we invent for the same thing, particularly when it comes to dyslexia. I have got used to Specific Learning Disability, non-Specific Learning Difficulty, Auditory Processing Disorder, Central Processing Disorder, but the other day I was totally blown away. A parent …
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