The world is waking up to the power of dyslexia

By Robyn Curnow As a journalist, I love words. I care about what I write, think before I speak, read with delight and savour language. Part of that relationship with words comes from the fact that I respect them.  My profession, more than most, teaches the value and importance of words, and their power. But sometimes I fear words too. Each word I write or say is hard-fought and comes from deep within. I am dyslexic, which is a highly common learning disorder; an estimated 10 percent of school children…