Dyslexia is a learning disability with neurobiological origin

Dyslexia is a learning disability with neurobiological origin, it can appear as early as when a child is in preschool. It appears based on the functioning of the brain and it’s also genetic. Dyslexia has no cure but certain set interventions can assist overcome barriers that it presents.Dyslexia is a learning disability with neurobiological origin, it can appear as early as when a child is in preschool. It appears based on the functioning of the brain and it’s also genetic. Dyslexia has no cure but certain set interventions can assist overcome barriers that it presents.
A person with dyslexia generally has difficulty with oral language, reading, and written language. They have difficulty pronouncing words, interpreting sounds and making sense of them hence they learn how to talk very late.
Children with dyslexia have a short term memory with poor visual processing which makes it difficult to read. They find it hard to distinguish the different sounds in words and learning the sounds of letters.
Their inability to fluently recognize words makes it difficult to put ideas on paper and they have many spelling mistakes. They have difficulty expressing their selves clearly and understanding what others are saying
An evaluation is necessary for diagnosis, intervention planning and documentation of a student’s learning disability history