Dyslexic dyslexia

Dyslexia is a neurological disorder with biochemical and genetic markers. In its most common and apparent form, it is a disability in which a person’s reading and/or writing ability is significantly lower than that which would be predicted by his or her general level of intelligence.

However, as has been discovered only in the last decade, individuals may read and write perfectly and still have dyslexia.

Nowadays, it is possible to get help for your dyslexic child – or even for the dyslexic adult. There are online resources that allow you to diagnose and treat dyslexia, so that the dyslexic individual is able to lead a normal life.

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