DYSLEXIA

DYSLEXIA

  1. Dyslexia is a type of learning disability that children has difficulty processing words or numbers therefore causing difficulty in learning to read.
  2.  It’s been proven that dyslexia happens because of the way the brain processes information:
    • For e.g: When kids with dyslexia read, they use a different part of the brain than those without dyslexia.
  3. Children become frustrated by the difficulty in learning to read and causing other problems that disguise as dyslexia.
  4. When children become frustrated with themselves, they may exhibit signs of depression and low self esteem.

How do I know if my child has Dyslexia?

  • Disorganization of written work
  • Poor memory and understanding
  • Letters and Numbers reversal
  • Difficulty in recalling sequences of things or more than one command at one time