If you have ever helped a small child with Dyslexia read you can feel their frustration with every word they stumble on. As I sit with my 7 year old helping her with her homework, I wish I could see the words on the page as she does so I could finally understand what she is going through.
Imagine my surprise when I came across a great article by Jerriann Sullivan from Scary Mommy, talking about Victor Widell’s website that allows visitors to see what it’s like to have dyslexia. The site allows you to see what it’s like trying to read the same page of a book for what feels like forever as you try to focus and make the letters stop moving around on the page.
Read her full article here.