According to the NIH (National Institutes of Health) research, the core issue in dyslexia is difficulty processing phonological information. The degree of difficulty varies from person to person. Samantha, who is in 4th grade, reads “stop” for “spot”. If you ask her what letters she sees, she’ll tell you she sees “s.p.o.t” and it says […]
There are screening tests that can be given to preschoolers or kindergarteners to determine if a child is “at risk” for reading difficulty. Since preventive interventions are highly effective, it’s a good idea to check into this, particularly if there is a family history of reading and spelling diffculties. Tests for children this age will […]
I am frequently asked about dyslexia, and almost as frequently, I discover some misconceptions about dyslexia. The most reliable source of information about dyslexia is the International Dyslexia Association, www.interdys.org . Let me summarize: Dyslexia is NOT a visual problem. Visual problems may be present in the dyslexic, but dyslexia is not a problem seeing the […]
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