It’s a myth that dyslexics can’t learn to read. With early identification and intervention, most dyslexic children will learn to read. Even those who are diagnosed later in life (as I was) can improve their reading skills. Evidence-based, structured literacy reading instruction, such as the Orton-Gillingham approach, is the most effective method for teaching dyslexics to read.
These videos explain how the dyslexic brain works and how best to teach dyslexic children and adults to read: