Most information about dyslexia focuses on what's bad about it. But there are advantages too. Here are 9 things people with dyslexia are great at.
When some people hear the acronym, ADHD, words such as hyper, inattentive, impulsive, and difficult often come to mind. However, having ADHD should be considered a gift, and here's why...
ADHD and Dyslexia: Learning Disabilities?? Not at all! These two learning differences arm those gifted with them with a completely different brain that understands and interacts with the world in innovative and exciting ways.
Learning differences can be an advantage when applying to college. Often, universities view students with learning differences as resilient and creative. Further, students with learning differences add to a college's diversity, making the student population more dynamic and interesting.