What is Dyslexia?
FAQ: Help save the light and life of your child by learning more now.
I’ve been told that my child just needs time to mature.
If your child is struggling to read, they cannot afford to wait.
Find out what the research says at Dyslexia: Let’s Talk About It.
I’ve been told that my child is not meeting their potential.
Others have expressed concern about my child’s reading progress.
Find out if that concern is valid. Your child’s assessment will direct you to the help you need.
My child hates school.
My child does not read.
Learning to read is a complex unnatural function of the human brain. Children with dyslexia need specific instruction to learn to read well. Find out more during your child’s assessment and Dyslexia: Let’s Talk About It.
My child has improved with reading but I sense that he is still falling behind.
As a parent, you know your child. If you suspect that something is amiss, trust your judgment and do not stop until you are satisfied that you have answers. You will find help with this process at your child’s assessment and Dyslexia: Let’s Talk About It.
My child does not like reading.
They want to hold my child back.
If a child has dyslexia, specific instruction is required to improve reading. Retaining a child without changing the instruction will not result in an ability to read well. Find the type of instruction best suited for your child at your child’s assessment .
My child has had speech therapy, occupational therapy, vision therapy.
I’ve been to several doctors and no one seems to be able to identify the problem.
Many children with dyslexia exhibit early language “red flags”. An assessment of your child can help you understand how they are impacting their ability to read.
I know my child is smart but is in the lowest reading group.
Children with dyslexia are intelligent but struggle with learning to read. This is due to specific differences in how the brain processes language. Learn more at your child’s assessment and Dyslexia: Let’s Talk About It.
I didn’t like school or I am not good at spelling.
Dyslexia is hereditable. Your struggles at school were not your fault. Learn more about this genetic connection at Dyslexia: Let’s Talk About It.
A seven year old boy struggles to make sense of words on the page. But when Mike is diagnosed with dyslexia and the teachers continue to fail him, his mother takes matters into her own hands to help her son fulfil his true potential.
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