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A Cure for Dyslexia

This article may be used as a resource for parents and carers who have a dyslexic child or children. It may also be of interest to those wanting to learn more about the science of dyslexia.

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Dyslexia

A disease.

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Testing for Dyslexia - are Online Tests for Dyslexia any Good

Getting a diagnosis yourself is the first and most important concern you should contact if you think you’re dyslexic.

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Diagnosing Dyslexia in Adults - are You Aware That You are Dyslexic?

You may have heard of dyslexia in school, news, etc., and somehow you have an idea about this learning disability.

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Dyslexics: Coping with Their Learning Difficulties

One out of every five children is possibly affected by dyslexia, making it one of the most widespread of the learning disabilities. In the USA alone, 10 million children are dyslexic. Many children are suffering, yet still more remain undiagnosed and unable to receive the needed support to overcome this condition.

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How to Recognize Dyslexia in Someone and What to Do About It

A brief, layman’s description of dyslexia and what steps can be taken to make it more manageable.

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The Missing Memory Link: Improving Your Verbal Memory

A new technique to improve poor verbal memory. The principle is to retrain the regions of the brain that control your verbal representation using relatively simple activities and excercises.

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My Dyslexia, Sydlexia, Xialdyia?

Dyslexia is defined in the Webster’s Dictionary as “: a variable often familial learning disability involving difficulties in acquiring and processing language that is typically manifested by a lack of proficiency in reading, spelling, and writing.” Kind of.

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Is Your Child Dyslexic?

What should you do with a child suffering from dyslexia?

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Getting a Grip on Dyslexia

Dyslexia occurs at all levels of Intelligence,high IQ kids labelled lazy.