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Range of Information About Dyslexia

by Herlinda in Education, January 7, 2014
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Dyslexia is a learning disability condition experienced by a person. Learning disabilities are caused by the difficulty to perform activities of reading and writing. This limitation is limited to these two activities, but does not affect the development of other capabilities such as the ability to analyze, intelligence, and the sense of taste sensory power.

Variety Information About Dyslexia

by DoyleSGarber1 in Education, November 7, 2013
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Health information.

Choose Special Learning in Port for Your Child

by misa14 in Education, September 7, 2013
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Choose Special Learning in Port For Your Child.

Putting a Face on Accessibility

by suwito in Society, July 24, 2013
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Keith is a father and grandfather, a minister, and has been counseling troubled girlhood for over 30 caducity.

Determination and Success

by Jswana in Issues, May 10, 2013
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Success is amazing……….

How to Help Learning Disabled Students

by jenniferf37 in Education, November 30, 2012
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Teachers need to use modifications to children with learning disabilities so that they can teach all the students in their class. Parents need to learn about these modifications so they make sure that learning disabled students get the help that they need.

The Essentials on Adult Dyslexia

by Hot Biz in Education, November 29, 2012
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Dyslexia can be a very problematic condition that particularly affects a person’s daily living activities. However, it is not one of those well known conditions like cancer, AIDS, and the likes. To understand how dyslexia affects people, specifically adults, you must first understand what dyslexia is, its causes, severity, and prevalence.

Types of Test for Adult Dyslexics

by Hot Biz in Education, November 29, 2012
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An adult that is suspected to have dyslexia can take tests to know whether he or she is positive for the condition. If you think that you have dyslexia, then it is recommended that you take a test. There are basically two types of tests that you can get, namely screening and comprehensive.

Adult Dyslexia Late Diagnosis: Is There Still Hope?

by Hot Biz in Education, November 29, 2012
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Dyslexia is a learning difficulty that affects people of all ages. Just as with other disabilities, early detection of the condition and early intervention are beneficial to the person with the disability. However, this is not always the case with dyslexia.

Adult Dyslexia and Related Conditions: Irlen Syndrome

by Hot Biz in Education, November 29, 2012
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One condition that a dyslexic person may have is the Irlen Syndrome. This condition is very much related to dyslexia since, they both have a number of similar symptoms. Additionally, a lot of dyslexics have this syndrome, along with having dyslexia itself.

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