Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Prince Carl Philip visits the Dyslexia Association.

Photo: David Sica/Stella Pictures
On Monday, May 19, Prince Carl Philip visited the Dyslexia Association which has its office in Sundbyberg. The Prince was welcomed by Federal Chairman Bengt-Erik Johansson, who talked about the union's activities. With the call was also Secretary Sven Eklöf, Communications Inger Rålenius, chairman of the Stockholm district Ebrahim Tabrizi and Catrine Folcker from the Federal Executive. 
To finish his visit Prince Carl Philip met intermediate student Stephani Melander who showed and told him about the tools she has been given.
Photo: David Sica/Stella Pictures
About 4-5% of the Swedish population suffers from Dyslexia, including Prince Carl Philip.

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