Using a computer greatly reduces the reality of dyslexia. Become a better speaker; follow the recommendations of your medical team, and try to link up with other people who have similar inconveniences. Encourage them. Become a leader among others who share these conditions. Become someone who strives to be happy. Try to see your conditions as complications in an otherwise good life. figure out what you are good at and do more of it.
Yes. Sometimes those other things become prominent when you have depression. So in theory if you were to treat it, the rest would go away. Except for dyslexia, you're just gonna have to deal with that.