The U.S. National Dyslexia Foundation is unhappy ... - 1992-07-23

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F94.png The U.S. National Dyslexia Foundation is unhappy ... July 23, 1992, Toronto Star

Joyce Bulifant, executive vice-president, says "Dyslexia is not a disease that can be cured. Research at Harvard Medical School and Beth Israel Hospital has shown that the dyslexic brain is shaped differently and perceives things differently. Building self- confidence is extraordinarily important for a dyslexic, and if Scientology has done that for (Tom Cruise), that's good. But spreading misinformation can be harmful and it would be nice if he understood the disease better. He's obviously learned how to cope with the problem as he's gotten older. We all develop such skills as best we can."


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