Danielle used to have problems with her school work, in particular reading.
In her report she talks about how coloured lenses helped her.
But also how it was a struggle to get people to understand what was wrong.
"I have to wear coloured glasses because when I read black on white the words would move around on the page.
When I first told my mum about it she thought I was mad and I told my friends but they said that I was faking it but I knew I wasn't.
Slow at reading
It all started in year three when one of my teachers said that I needed glasses because I was slow at reading and that I had a problem copying from the board.
So I went for an eye test and found out that I was long-sighted and had to have glasses.
Then in year four I was going home nearly everyday because I was getting really bad headaches but we have now found out that I was suffering from migraines.
My teacher said that I was lazy and had nothing wrong with me but when I got into year five I got much worse.
I was sent from the optician to an eye specialist and then mum got in touch with the Dyslexic Association who tested me and discovered that coloured lenses would help me.
I now see him once or twice a year.
Highs and lows
I experienced a lot of different emotions because I didn't have anyone to help me and it took a long time to find out what the problem was.
Most of the time I would be fine and happy but then I would change and be really angry and go round yelling at people because I didn't know how to deal with it or who to tell.
My advice is not to keep it to yourself - as soon as you can, tell your parents and teachers so that they can help you.
I don't think that it is a good idea to tell your friends, not even your closest friends because they won't understand just like my friends didn't to start with."
Danielle, 14, Market Harborough
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