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This important program looks at the world through the eyes of a learning-disabled child by taking you to a unique workshop attended by parents, educators, psychologists and social workers. There they join in a series of classroom activities which, cause frustration, anxiety and tension -- emotions all too familiar to the student with a learning disability. "Must" viewing for parents and teachers.
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This film explains how vastly different the dyslexic person experiences the world. The truth of the film is so shocking for someone who is dyslexic, that I have purchased this film over 10x and given it to people whose families dont understand why they are so different if they are extremely dyslexic. As an adult who is the CEO of a company, this film is required viewing for every employee.
There have been multiples times when a new employee, after watching this film, is crying at the end of the film. They suddenly realize that someone they know is dyslexic and how wrong they were about the impressions of what the dyslexic person was doing. This film opens the window to people who are normal so that they can understand dyslexia, and how its far far more than simply switching numbers and letters.
The companion DVD: Beyond F.A.T. City frames the issues some years later and is a great retrospective also.