Visual memory is used for the information perceived with sight. It is a type of short-term memory, which processes the data that we receive using our vision.
Sometimes it is weakened in individuals with dyslexia, but often it happens that unlike auditory memory, which is more frequently affected by dyslexia, this memory works very well. It is therefore highly desirable to use it when working and not only hear but also see all you need to remember represented in some form — either as pictures, continuous text, graphs, tables, diagrams, symbols and anything else that can help the person.
Tip: Always try to sort lists of information into some logical groups, this will make it easier to remember.