In Africa, the knowledge and awareness about dyslexia vary greatly depending on the region and the level of education and awareness in that area. Some countries, such as South Africa, Egypt, Ghana, and Nigeria, have established support systems and resources for individuals with dyslexia. In other parts of Africa, there is little to no awareness or understanding of dyslexia, and this may be due to limited education about learning disorders and cultural stigmatization. 

Our guest, Rosalin Abigail Kyere-Nartey, sheds light on dyslexia in Ghana. While the country is one of the most progressive in Africa regarding recognizing the condition, there is still much work to be done regarding education and support for individuals with dyslexia. Rosalin shares her struggles with dyslexia for many years before finally being diagnosed. She faced challenges in school and her personal life, as her difficulties with reading and writing were often misunderstood or dismissed. Rosalin's story emphasizes the importance of increasing awareness and understanding of dyslexia in Ghana and throughout Africa. With more education and support, individuals with dyslexia can overcome their challenges and achieve their full potential.

Let's raise awareness and support for individuals with dyslexia in Ghana and across Africa!

Highlights and Resources:

  • Dyslexia in Ghana
  • Ghana as the most progressive country in Africa in terms of understanding Dyslexia
  • Rosalin’s story about dyslexia and what it took for her to get diagnosed 
  • At what point did Rosalin get diagnosed
  • The stigma about dyslexia
  • About Africa Dyslexia organization and its mission

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