dyslexic


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

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DYSLEXIC learners who have difficulty with maths will be helped at a special information day.
It was only after he had completed his degree and was asked to be president of the Students' Union that he was finally diagnosed as dyslexic.
He was very much a champion for parents of dyslexic children and for dyslexic adults.
Although as one in 10 people in Scotland is thought to be dyslexic, there is a long way to go towards identifying and then helping all dyslexic learners appropriately.
To label children dyslexic because they're confused by poor teaching methods is wicked.
Programs of the event include: - Presentation on education for dyslexic persons in the Asia Pacific region - Presentation on teaching English as a common language and on an ideal school by experts and dyslexic person(s) - Performances (dance, music, talks, movie) by people with dyslexia - Exhibitions of works (photographs, furniture, architecture, etc.
All proceeds will benefit the nonprofit Dyslexic Advantage whose mission is to "promote positive identity, community, and achievement among dyslexic people by focusing on their strengths.
The findings could raise questions around the effectiveness of ophthalmic interventions for dyslexic children, such as coloured filters to help with reading.
A HEADTEACHER from a Midland school has urged parents to voice their concerns if they fear their child is dyslexic.
THE brains of 120 dyslexic and dyspraxic spies are being focused on the crackdown on terror.
Some suggested phonetic representations are distorted in the dyslexic brain.
Bert Boets, a clinical psychologist at the Catholic University of Leuven in Belgium, found that the dyslexic group was just as accurate as the non-dyslexics in completing the tasks and that the "crispness" of their brain scans were equal or even better to the people who could read normally.
Online book news company The Bookseller revealed on Tuesday that Michael Morpurgo has written the first title for publisher Barrington Stoke's range of picture books designed to enable dyslexic adults to read them to children.
IS Ellie, from Mortonhall, Edinburgh - who has three sisters, two of whom are also dyslexic - said: "It kind of felt like a disease at first, like it was a bad thing to have.
Comparing amusia between dyslexic and dyscalculia students with normal students in reading is one of disorders which cannot be distinguish by person and it is estimated that about 4% of human is involved with amusia.