Wasn't hard (at least not from my perspective as a 8 year old) I don't think ny parents had to fight for it.
My problems got picked up by the school. Had sevral meetings with special pedagogs. And I got the diagnosis as dyslexic.
First two years I simply had a special class now and then. But by 4th grade I had all my norwegian classes with a specialist (together with two others) also from 4th grade I got a computer in the classroom. I think I had 4 computers from 4th grade to end of junior high)
When starting junior high I still had special classes in norwegian(the class was now 5 strong) 3 with dyslexia,1 with AD and one with epilepsy.
Also in junior high we got special classes in English (first two years.) In the 3rd year our English teacher said me and one of the others could join the regular class)
It was those 3 years 4th-6th that helped the most. I went from not being able to read or write. To reading at more or less normal level.
I was still never very good at writing. In all my writen exams in high school I generally got 2 or 3 as a grade (1 being fail and 6 being best)
But my reading was no problems with 5 and 6 on my oral English. 5 and 6 in history. Both reading heavy subjects.
I got a 4 on my oral norwegian by ing my way through( I had never done the main subject/mini thesis that you where suppose to do last year in norwegian. I had only stated on it) but I talked ny way to a 4.
The norwegian educational system us quite good at picking those that start falling behind. Some exceptions like my friend with asbergers. He did not get his diagnosis until late teens. And that has affected him quite a bit.