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After realizing he had a reading disability at the age of 10, David began to experiment with ways of coping with it. He finally found the perfect solution and continues to use it to this day. What was it?
Eight-year-Thaddeus’s understanding of his learning differences is sure to give audiences true perspective on how children with dyslexia can cope.
Here’s to a hopeful future! Dr. Wolf shares how there’s never been more understanding and positivity surrounding dyslexia.
With technological and digital platforms becoming more of the cultural norm, Dr. Wolf offers what the future may look like for children with dyslexia.
Finding friendship with others experiencing the same struggle is often times the best way to overcome the difficulties surrounding dyslexia.
Dyslexia may make someone different, but it’s not a disease. Thus sufferers, with the support of their family and teachers, learn to tackle it, not treat it.
Whether they become the bullied or bully, children with dyslexia must learn to cope with their learning difference in a healthy way.
The misunderstandings surrounding intelligence and ability can be incredibly frustrating for children with dyslexia. Success is unachievable unless caretakers empower them through these emotional times.
The sufferer’s story of dyslexia starts from childhood and spans a lifetime. Dr. Wolf explains how it may present itself throughout development.
When a child is missing his or her language development milestones, it’s time to turn to a pediatrician for proper diagnosis.
Dyslexia functions on a spectrum, meaning there is a range in the types of cases and unique characteristics that define each.
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