What Does Dyslexia Feel Like?
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Having trouble reading this? Well, this gives you just a little taste of what it's like to have a reading struggle.
Now that school has started back up, you may see your child struggle to read. Maybe you have trouble reading and wish others could understand your struggle. Dyslexia is, simply, difficulty reading or learning to read; it is a symptom of underlying difficulties. Visual processing, auditory processing, phonological processing, and other cognitive skills all need to be strong for reading to be successful. So, see for yourself what it’s like to have trouble reading.
Once you have experienced dyslexia, come back and see me.
Wasn’t that awful? Maybe your child has dyslexia or a reading problem. Can you imagine trying to go through school or do homework when reading feels like that? And what is it that makes them see written language as a confusing jumble of letters? And, what can you do about it?
Cognitive skills are responsible for the ability to read. If certain skills are weak, reading will become a painful struggle. That’s why LearningRx works on correcting weak cognitive skills. Once the right parts of the brain are strengthened, the jumble of letters gets straightened out, and reading becomes easy.