Written by Pradeep
Dyslexia is defined as “a disorder in children who, despite conventional classroom experience, fail to attain the language skills of reading, writing, and spelling commensurate with their intellectual abilities.”
In other words it can be called as the difficulty in comprehending or learning to read. It is actually disability in learning and it interferes with an individual’s ability to spell, write, read or speak words.
Active intervention is required as soon as the disorder is detected to get best and positive results (improvement in language skills).
Commonly seen signs and symptoms of dyslexia include:
The parents need to be sensitive towards dyslexia affected children. These kids require love, affection and understanding. If you feel your child might be affected with dyslexia, immediately consult a child psychiatrist to get professional help in coping with the baby.
The professional caregiver will carry on a standard battery of diagnostic tests such as-
Well, there is no sure shot treatment for dyslexia but scientists believe that active intervention can instil encouragement and confidence in children with dyslexia. According to experts a number of techniques are available to cope with children with dyslexia. Such kids should be given extra attention in the class and should be given seats in the front row.
Remember encouragement and accolades can enhance your child’s abilities.
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