Princess Beatrice...an example of how a simple thing like the love for literature and fantasy can be all it takes for a person to find the motivation necessary for dealing with a learning difficulty.
New York City, NY (PRWEB) January 14, 2014
Dyslexia and other learning difficulties affect millions of people, and they are not affected by a person’s rank or status. In fact, such learning difficulties are prevalent across all social classes. In its latest 7 Speed Reading™ blog post, eReflect presented an example of this issue, by discussing Princess Beatrice of York, who revealed her struggle with dyslexia in an earlier interview in the Daily Telegraph. The granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II mentioned that she had been struggling with dyslexia as a young girl and she said that J. K Rowling’s books about the adventures of Harry Potter helped her overcome her learning difficulties. Her love for Harry Potter and the world he lived in that the books showed her gave Princess Beatrice the incentive to focus on reading and literature and overcome her reading difficulties.
Princess Beatrice of York found literature to be both a goal and an incentive for overcoming her dyslexia. Her love of literature and the Harry Potter books is what urged her to keep reading despite the fact that she found it to be a hard and time-consuming process. As eReflect emphasizes, however, reading difficulties are nothing to be ashamed of. Conditions that affect literacy such as dyslexia, ADHD, dyspraxia, and executive functioning are not always given due attention. Unfortunately, there are many recorded incidents where children didn’t receive the much-needed specialized education for overcoming their learning challenges. It’s been only a few decades since a more systematic and effective process has been put into action which allow people with learning disabilities to implement techniques and receive tailored training and learning that enables them to achieve their learning goals.
eReflect applauds people like Princess Beatrice who are an example of how a simple thing like the love for literature and fantasy can be all it takes for a person to find the motivation necessary for dealing with a learning difficulty. Her story also suggests that literacy and reading can be used as incentives for the wider segment of the population struggling with learning difficulties. If people realize how magical and unique literature is, their reluctance to read will be overcome by their new-found interest in learning about new worlds of wonder.
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