Is Dyslexia the other end of the spectrum to Autism? Research from Dr Manuel Casanova quoted in The Dyslexic Advantage seems to point to this. Caused by how close or far our brain neurons are structured. "The brains of individuals with autism are biased toward short connections at the expense of long connections- just the opposite of dyslexia." p.41.
Here’s a review of chapter 4 of The Dyslexic Advantage being recorded for the podcast.
1. Summary of the chapter
2. Top 5 quotes.
3. Personal reflections on how this might be relevent to parents or tutors of dyslexic teens.
Dyslexic advantage website: https://www.dyslexicadvantage.org/about-us/the-book-the-dyslexic-advantage/
BulletMap Studio book review page: https://bulletmapstudio.com/dyslexic-advantage-book-review/
Show Notes: bulletmapstudio.com/23/