Video: Mother and Daughter Take Their Dyslexia Story to Washington

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When Jocelyn was first struggling with reading, the school told her mom, April, that Jocelyn “wasn’t bright.” Luckily, April knew better. Follow April and Jocelyn’s story from dyslexia diagnosis through a college scholarship and a visit to Washington to testify in front of the U.S. Senate.

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The Understood Team 

is made up of passionate writers, editors, and community moderators. Many of them learn and think differently, or have kids who do.

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