Dyslexia Symptoms can be an exhaustive list. We have seen lists of 37 Symptoms of Dyslexia, and we ourselves constructed one with 39
Symptoms of Dyslexia
As we reflected on these lists, we realized there were really 7 traits that were often present:
1- Dyslexia is a problem with words. Dyscalculia is a problem with math and many students have dyslexia and dyscalculia.
2- Right-brained dyslexia is when a person has a problem with words and they learn best when they see and experience information. This is what we often see, and 3D Learner is best known for Beating Dyslexia for the right-brained learner.
3- Tracking and visual processing issues often co-exist with right-brained dyslexia. Dyslexia and tracking issues are two separate issues but if your child is right-brained and has dyslexia, tracking and visual processing issues should be checked for.
The four most common visual perception issues are:
- Tracking issues -- where they skip words and lines when reading
- Reversals of letters, numbers or both
- Convergence insufficiency -- where the eyes do not work well together to focus on what they should
- Difficulty copying off the board
4- Attention issues. ADHD may be present and it may not. Dyslexia and ADHD or Dyslexia and attention issues often co-exist
5- Auditory processing issues
6- Self-esteem issues
7- Anxiety challenges
Self-esteem and anxiety issues are often the result of one or more challenges.
To Beat Dyslexia for the student with Right-Brained Dyslexia we offer both Right-Brained Assessments and Right-Brained Programs. To get started, ...