Symptoms And Treatment Of Dyslexia

In simple language Dyslexia can be explained as a learning disorder. Learning disorders are very pre-dominant mental disorders in children with varied disabilities. Children who are dyslexic are not able to read write and learn properly. Usually before the schooling begins it is difficult to understand whether the child is dyslexic. The typical signs seen prior to schooling are that the child is a slow learner; simple tasks like learning a nursery rhyme is not done properly by the [...]

Different Treatments Of Dyslexia

Dyslexia is a condition in which the patient has learning problems. The children who have dyslexia cannot read, write and spell properly. The main cause of the condition is the jumbling and mixing of letters and words by the brain. The child fails to memorize words. The main treatment mode of dyslexia is the use of educational tools that can help the patients in reading. Medicines are not very effective in treating dyslexia. Counseling is also not very useful [...]

Different Causes Of Dyslexia

Dyslexia is a condition in which a child or an adult faces difficulty in learning, especially those related to reading, writing, spelling, math and memory, even after going through long periods of practice and study. Theoretically, a child is identified as having dyslexia when his academic achievements fall below expectations, and the difference can’t be explained by slow maturation, lack of motivation or a physical problem such as hearing loss. Even though the symptoms of this disease are aplenty, nothing [...]

4 Common Symptoms Of Dyslexia

Dyslexia is a learning disability. Dyslexic people are normal in intelligence, but have problems with fluency in reading and problems with comprehension of whatever they read. Dyslexia is thought to be genetically inherited because it runs in families. It affects the brain development, particularly the areas concerned with acquisition of language and comprehension. Dyslexics have problems in learning language, as wells as in reading, writing, and adjusting to social situations. Dyslexics have delay in acquisition of language compared to normal [...]