Dyslexia alone rarely qualifies someone for disability benefits. An adult can get disability by either meeting a listing in Social Security's "Blue Book," its official.
The SSA very seldom approves disability benefits for dyslexia. First, the adult or child applicant must have significant difficulties learning and using academic.
Some workplaces, from police forces to insurance companies, are In Ireland, where Corkery lives, dyslexia is recognised as a disability under law; “Most adult dyslexics have a lifetime of reading experience where they.