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The following blog post is on the references that we have referred to while creating this blog. 

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We are a group of 5 who are from Temasek Polytechnic, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, from the diploma in Early Childhood Studies who are finding out crucial information on the characteristics, issues and challenges which affect children with dyslexia. Join us on our journey as we embark on this next chapter!

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