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Dyslexia

 

The word 'dyslexia' comes from the Greek and means 'difficulty with words'. Dyslexia also called specific reading disability, dyslexia is the most common learning disability in children. It is a difference in the brain area that deals with language. It affects the under-lying skills that are needed for learning to read, write and spell. Brain imaging techniques show that dyslexic people process information differently.

A learning disability is a condition that produces a gap between someone's ability and his or her performance. Most people with dyslexia are of average or above-average intelligence, but read at levels significantly lower than expected. Other types of learning disabilities include attention difficulties, an inability to perform well at writing skills and an inability to perform well at math skills.

The majority of schoolchildren who receive special education services have deficits in reading, and dyslexia is the most common cause.

Dyslexia occurs in children with normal vision and normal intelligence. Children with dyslexia usually have normal speech but often have difficulty interpreting spoken language and writing. Dyslexia seems to be caused by a malfunction in certain areas of the brain concerned with language. The condition frequently runs in families.

Treatment may involve a multisensory education program. Emotional support of your child on your part also plays an important role.

Signs and symptoms

Dyslexia can be difficult to recognize before your child enters school, but some early clues may indicate a problem. If your young child begins talking late, adds new words slowly and has difficulty rhyming, he or she may be at increased risk of dyslexia.

Once your child is in school, signs and symptoms of dyslexia may become more apparent, including:

  • The inability to recognize words and letters on a printed page

  • A reading ability level much below the expected level for the age of your child

Children with dyslexia commonly have problems processing and understanding what they hear. They may have difficulty comprehending rapid instructions, following more than one command at a time or remembering the sequence of things. Reversals of letters (b for d) and a reversal of words (saw for was) are typical among children who have dyslexia. Reversals are common for children age 6 and younger who don't have dyslexia. But with dyslexia, the reversals persist.

Children with dyslexia may also try to read from right to left, may fail to see (and occasionally to hear) similarities and differences in letters and words, may not recognize the spacing that organizes letters into separate words, and may be unable to sound out the pronunciation of an unfamiliar word.

When to seek medical advice

Dyslexia is characterized by a delay in the age at which your child begins to read. Most children are ready to learn reading by age 6, but children with dyslexia often can't grasp the basics of reading in first or even second grade.

Talk with your doctor if your child's reading achievement levels fall below what's expected for his or her age, or if you notice other signs or symptoms of dyslexia.

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