About Dyslexia 2018-01-20T16:47:42-05:00

    About Dyslexia

    “Dys” means “difficulty” and “lexia” means “words or language”. Dyslexia is a specific learning disability primarily associated with a

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    Some children with dyslexia struggle to read because their brains aren’t properly wired to process fast-changing sounds – and learning sounds early impacts later reading.

    “Dyslexia is one of several distinct learning disabilities. It is a specific language-based disorder of constitutional origin characterized by difficulties in single word decoding

    “Yes, if children who are dyslexic get effective phonological training in Kindergarten and 1st grade, they will have significantly

    Our LTK software does the same thing that a tutor will do–for a lot less money! If you are seeking a tutor in your area, we suggest that you contact one of the following organizations:

    The International Dyslexia Association: Tel: 410-296-0232 website: www.interdys.org

    The Learning Disabilities Association Tel: 412-341-1515 website: www.ldanatl.org

    The best resource is a local child psychologist. They have specific tests for dyslexia. Check your Yellow Pages.

    “The causes for dyslexia are neurobiological and genetic.“

    Research shows that individuals can inherit the genetic links for dyslexia.

    “Many children, including children with learning disabilities, do not learn to read in the first grade because they lack the basic readiness skills…

    Individuals with dyslexia can have difficulty with letter recognition and letter reversals. Although, letter reversals are

    It is estimated that 70-80% of people with poor reading skills are likely dyslexic. It is also estimated that one in five students,