Learn More About Dyslexia

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Students diagnosed with Dyslexia usually have normal intelligence and normal vision yet they have difficulty processing language. Because they cannot readily identify speech sounds or determine how these sounds relate to letters and words (decoding), their ability to understand what they hear and to learn to read is hindered. Dyslexic students have problems forming words correctly, reversing the sounds or confusing words that are different but sound alike, making it difficult for them to express themselves. 

Learn more about Dyslexia at the International Dyslexia Association Website