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Dyslexia and Employment. / Kirby, Amanda; Gibbon, Hayley.

In: Perspectives on Language and Literacy, Vol. 44, No. Winter , 01.12.2018, p. 27-31.

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Kirby, A & Gibbon, H 2018, 'Dyslexia and Employment', Perspectives on Language and Literacy, vol. 44, no. Winter , pp. 27-31.

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Kirby, A., & Gibbon, H. (2018). Dyslexia and Employment. Perspectives on Language and Literacy, 44(Winter ), 27-31.

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Kirby A, Gibbon H. Dyslexia and Employment. Perspectives on Language and Literacy. 2018 Dec 1;44(Winter ):27-31.

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Kirby, Amanda ; Gibbon, Hayley. / Dyslexia and Employment. In: Perspectives on Language and Literacy. 2018 ; Vol. 44, No. Winter . pp. 27-31.

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title = "Dyslexia and Employment",
abstract = "Despite increasing recognition of the lifelong impact for many having dyslexia and other co-occurring developmental disorders, there remains little research into the benefits of employment, the challenges of gaining employment and considering the support that may be required for some. This article starts to bring together some of the literature and offers some research questions that need to be answered to gain a deeper understanding.",
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