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He would stumble around in reading aloud, but absolutely comprehended and remembered every detail in the text. I heard he became a contractor. The nice part about living in a small town is that when you don’t know shirt I always felt inadequate in helping someone like him and wondered why these kids are not referred to some medical field.
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I have heard that there have been developments in helping students with dyslexia. I found very few with what I thought was dyslexic, but I had one student very much like your dad. He was very intelligent, had an amazing personality, and could do anything with tools. He was in junior high, but could not remember my name, The nice part about living in a small town is that when you don’t know shirt so he called me “J” the whole three years I had him. His elementary teacher said he had trouble identifying the alphabet.
I am sorry about your dad as well. My dad was a great driver, too, held a CDL and could back a semi into the tiniest spaces. Your dad sounds great! I bet they would have been friends. Maybe they are now! That is how my dad was! Very intelligent and remembered details well. I could ask him questions on almost any topic and he would have an answer or an opinion. I hope students now have more help with this disability. Throughout school, I had trouble with math because it was taught one way, and I didn’t learn that way. I always felt stupid. This is how a lot of dyslexic students feel.
My father was similar although didn’t get a diagnosis before he died in 2002 he still tried and did his best and did very well for himself and ran his own TB hospital. I wish I was able to do the same with my Asperger’s, Narcolepsy/Cataplexy, Fibromyalgia and Social Anxiety. Just doing anything just drains my energy like crazy. My brother is dyslexic. Really had a hard time in school.
However he can take apart an engine and put it back together. He picks up stuff ppl throw away like air conditioners, tv’s, stereos, rebuilds them and sells them. He retired from the phone company at 50.
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