dyslectic


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Synonyms for dyslectic

a person who has dyslexia

having impaired ability to comprehend written words usually associated with a neurologic disorder

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The Vision Force Group - The 'Better Vision' app was developed by The Vision Force Group, an organization whose aim is to develop innovative solutions to simplify the of lives of dyslectic and poor sighted people and to improve the quality of sight in everyday life.
1998) also found these twelve items to discriminate well between a dyslectic group and a control group.
Here she is Anna, a dyslectic, depressed Parisian beauty seeking help for marital troubles.
Dyslectic students might appear to have difficulties in more than one of the above domains as well as in Mathematics (Beaton 2004; Miles & Miles, Polychronopoulou 1989, 2000).
In addition to its reading ability, the C-Pen(R) has various applications such as text reading for dyslectic or disabled people, foreign languages pronunciation practice, Internet banking/accounting, language translation and dictionary lookup, among others.
The Supreme Court, which had ordered an interim stay on a Bombay High Court order allowing the use of calculators by dyslectics way back in April 2007, is yet to decide on the matter.