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Video: A Harvard Graduate on Why It’s Hard to Say “I Have Dyslexia”

By The Understood Team

What kinds of stigma do people with dyslexia face? In this video, Harvard graduate Laura Schifter talks about misconceptions people may have about dyslexia, such as that people with dyslexia aren’t smart. She shares that while that’s not true, it can still be hard to say “I have dyslexia.”

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