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My opinion is that all of our documentation should use people-first language. So, rather than "dyslexics", we would say, "people with dyslexia". I know the disability community, at least in the states, favors people-first language. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/People-first_language
Okay, I can't immediately determine how to create a new discussion thread, so the following is a question unrelated to the previous comment.
For the "Cognitive Functions" section, why is it necessary to provide etiology details, such as the regions of the brain responsible for the reading process?
Okay, I cannot figure out if this Wiki is identifying the author of the previous commentary, so I will just admit it is I, John Rochford.