Earlier this month, Karen Mosley contributed to an RIBA Journal article on how dyslexia should be seen as an enhanced ability, rather than a learning difficulty.

‘Dyslexia has been revealed to enhance people‚Äôs ability to discover, invent and create. It has even been described as a superpower.’

Architecture firms start to recognise enhanced abilities that come with dyslexia | RIBAJ

In a piece by Helen Castle which recognised the benefits of individuals with dyslexia within Architecture, Karen Mosely joined the discussion about why we undertook an Identity-Centred Leadership programme last year, and how this reflects our commitment to inclusivity.

With input from other contributors at David Miller Architects, Studio BAD and Oxford Brookes University, the piece looks at different viewpoints of working with dyslexia – from those who are diagnosed, to those who celebrate dyslexic individuals.

Contributors largely view dyslexia as a ‘superpower’, with reference to research which suggests those with dyslexia can be more creative, and better at exploring the unknown.

 

Read the full article here: Architecture firms start to recognise enhanced abilities that come with dyslexia | RIBAJ

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