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Dyslexia Treatment at Home

Dyslexia Treatment at Home

Although dyslexia is getting prevalent, it’s often misunderstood and misdiagnosed. Most still believe it is a visual problem when it is a language-based disorder with a problem in the brain in hearing or interpreting the sounds (phonemes) accurately.  It is an auditory processing or phonological processing problem. If they can’t accurately identify the phonemes, then…

How Teachers can Help Students with Dyslexia

How Teachers can Help Students with Dyslexia

Dyslexia’s neurobiological origin makes it a learning disability characterized by difficulties in word recognition, decoding, and spelling. Kids with dyslexia exhibit language deficits that affect phonological processing.  Dyslexia affects written and oral language. For example, children with dyslexia struggle with letters, numbers, writing, and phonics. Mapping letters to sounds is at the heart of dyslexia…

ADHD vs. EF vs. Dyslexia

ADHD vs. EF vs. Dyslexia

Dyslexia, Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and Executive Functioning Disorder (EFD) are the three of the most common neurodevelopmental disorders that school-age children suffer from. These cognitive challenges are connected in many ways because most of their symptoms overlap and impact children’s learning. Due to the associated stress, these clinical issues also impact children’s mental health.…

What Parents Should Know about Auditory Dyslexia

What Parents Should Know about Auditory Dyslexia

Children and teens with dyslexia experience difficulties processing a language’s basic sounds. Dyslexia is also called auditory dyslexia because of how dyslexia impacts how the brain processes phonemes. With dyslexia, the human brain can’t accurately or efficiently process sounds or language.  Auditory dyslexia makes it hard for kids to distinguish the minor sound differences between…

9 Signs Your Child Might be Dyslexic: What are the Symptoms of Dyslexia in Children

Nationwide, 20% of the elementary school population is struggling with reading while one in five students has a language-based learning disability.  Currently, 80% of children with an IEP have reading difficulty, 85% of whom are diagnosed with dyslexia, a language-based learning disability.  Due to a lack of educator and administration understanding, Dyslexics are often misdiagnosed…

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