Dyslexic child or a Visual Learner with Dyslexia?
Understood.org has a Dyslexia Fact that starts with Dyslexia is Real. It’s a learning difference that makes reading difficult.
We have found that a Dyslexic Child is often a Visual Learner. Meaning the child learns best when he or she sees and experiences information. Therefore …
we always assess a dyslexic child, or any smart struggling child to see if he or she is a visual learner. We have a no cost Assessment that screens for the visual learner and attention and eye-teaming challenges We recommend …
you take our Success Assessment with your child. Read the questions to them, if needed. You will get immediate feedback and you can then call us at 561-361-7495 for a Stress to Success Strategy Session. If you are a professional — you might want to do this with a student.
The next two points they add are that dyslexia is common.
- it is lifelong. It’s a learning difference that makes reading difficult. It often runs in families. Researchers have been studying dyslexia for more than 100 years. Some experts say 5 to 10 percent of people have dyslexia. Other say as many as 17 percent show signs of it.
- With the right support, people with dyslexia can get better at reading. Many thriving adults with dyslexia say it helped them be more creative and resilient.
Then they add that:
- Dyslexia isn’t a problem of intelligence, laziness, vision, or reading letters backwards.
After testing over 300 students with dyslexia, we found that 72% had an eye-teaming issue. This is not a sign of dyslexia — it is a co-existing condition. Therefore, …
We Always Test a Dyslexic Child for Eye-Teaming Challenges
If your child learns best when they see and experience information and/or skips words and lines when reading, we recommend …
you our Success Assessment with your child. Read the questions to them, if needed. You will get immediate feedback and you can then call us at 561-361-7495 for a Stress to Success Strategy Session.
If you prefer just to call, we can be reached at 561-361-7495