I'm a middle-aged man with a job and family, so I'm no longer in school, but I'm hungry to learn about Physics as I possibly can. Of course that means I need to learn the maths involved, but there's a problem—I'm severely dyslexic. I've been doing the courses at Khan Academy, which is great because I can watch the videos and do the problems over and over and over again at my ridiculously slow pace. It's good. I'll learn eventually, but I have so far to go and it's taken me so long to get where I'm at (the equivalent of Algebra 2), that I'm seeking out advice from anyone with experience overcoming dyslexia to excel at (or at least be competent with) the maths required for a meaningful understanding of physics. Thanks in advance!