Understanding dyslexia in the memory clinic


Posted on November 1st, by editor in Journal of Dementia Care. No Comments

Dyslexia is a common condition affecting many adults, a significant number of whom will not have been diagnosed. Some people reporting difficulties with their memory will have dyslexia, and this will complicate the cognitive assessment process. Rebecca Thompson describes what is known about the condition and the implications for assessing and supporting individuals in the memory clinic
Author/s: Rebecca Thompson
Vol: 12, Issue: 6, pp35-38





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