Taku, a Case Study of Dyslexia in Japan: Akira Uno and Jun Yamada
Taku is an only child, who is given great affection by his parents. Both the father and mother graduated from technical college. The mother is a housewife having no reading and writing problems. The father, a computer instructor, has writing diffi culties even now and says that Taku resembles him in this regard. He avoids handwriting and always uses a personal computer instead.