Whoopi Goldberg, Steven Spielberg, and Tim Tebow are common household names. Their talents outweight any struggles. However, they all have something in common that you would have never guessed. At some point in their lives, they've all been diagnosed with Dyslexia.
As a parent, you may have heard the word before, but what exactly is Dyslexia, and could my child have it? In relation to problems with reading, Dyslexia is a type of learning disorder where a person has difficulty identifying speech sounds and learning how they relate to letters and words. It is a common learning disability in children and can also be called a specific reading disability. Children with normal vision and intelligence can also have Dyslexia.
Your child may have Dyslexia if he/she displays one or more of the following symptoms:
If you find that your child is having reading difficulties, Thomson Memory Center is here to help find a solution. Contact us today.
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St. Charles, IL 60174
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Highland Park, IL 60035
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Chicago, IL 60640
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