Reading Practice May Be The Best Way to Heal Dyslexia

- One big issue encountered by children with dyslexia (and by their parents and teachers) is the fear that their reading difficulties are genetically set and hopeless. A recent study offers some relief by suggesting that reading practice has a determining influence on the development of the disorder; normal and dyslexic brains may not be as much different as was previously assumed.

- The right kind of experience - like tutoring in phonological and orthographic skills – can have a huge impact in improving children’s reading skills. Dyslexic kids should be motivated to read more, even if such training may require a lot of effort and perseverance.

 

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