Dyslexia is one of the most common types of learning disorders that affects millions all over the world. Individuals struggle to read and write because they have problems identifying speech sounds and how they relate to letters and words. It is a condition with symptoms which vary from individual to individual, and can cause a significant amount of trauma.
One of the major problems associated with dyslexia is that those who suffer from it begin to lose confidence in themselves. The reality of the matter is, dyslexia doesn’t in any way affect your intelligence. In fact, many people who suffer from this disorder are extremely smart. Dyslexia is generally linguistic in nature and includes difficulties with various reading and non-reading functions.
Although there is currently no “cure” for dyslexia, it is a condition which can be managed with certain targeted interventions that address reading and writing difficulties. With directed effort…
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