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Dyslexia Support Beyond Tutoring

Dyslexia is a neurological condition that affects the way the brain processes language. The condition primarily affects a person’s ability to read, but can also influence writing, spelling, and speaking. Dyslexia is a lifelong condition. Individuals usually have normal vision and intelligence. One of the major reasons could be hereditary. Still, the best way to treat this condition is through Therapies.

Common Issues Associated with Dyslexia disorder


Students with Dyslexia may struggle with letter recognition, associating correct sounds with letters, furthermore sounding out words. 


Children may find reading stilted, slow, and frequently involves a lot of guessing and attempts at memorizing words. 

 Reading comprehension:

Moreover, they may have difficulties remembering each word. That has divided into sections and how those words come together to form meaning. 


They may have inconsistent spelling and include omitted letters, reversals, or added letters.

 Math problem solving: 

Dyslexia victim may struggle with decoding and understanding math word problems.


A child may also develop the feelings of frustration towards reading which can result in avoidance, a dislike of school, or behavior challenges at school.

Signs of Dyslexia disorder in child.

There is no cure for Dyslexia disorder so far. However, early interventions and some practices can help it get better. It’s never too late to avail of professional therapy by some qualified therapists. If your kid has not enrolled in school yet. The following set of signs may indicate a serious problems.

  • Delayed talking pattern.
  • Moderate at learning new words.
  • Difficulties creating words correctly.
  • The problem of complex words that sound alike.
  • Obstacles remembering or naming letters and colors.
  • Trouble learning preschool verses or playing sports.

Signs in Adults

  • Evading exercises that include reading.
  • Trouble while doing math problems.
  • Difficulty remembering.
  • Difficulty passage reading and reading aloud.
  • Difficulty compiling a story.
  • Misspeaking names or words, or problems retrieving words.
  • Problems with grammar.
  • Slow reading and writing.
  • Spending a remarkably long time to accomplish a task which involves reading or writing.
  • The problem of learning a strange language.

Dyslexia Help – The House of Development and Education Design

  •  Teaching multisensory activities to learn and practice concepts, coupled with touch and movement by sight and hearing
  •  Using assistive technology such as predictive text to support the writing process while aiding in building confidence in a child struggling with the disorder.
  •  Introducing students to tools that highlight what they are reading. Such as line readers or the Read & Write screen mask
  •  Providing opportunities for success as well as positive praise to develop confidence and build self-esteem 

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