One huge deal for a lot of Dyslexic people, both children and adults, is the accompanying disorders. Whether that is auditory processing, ADD, ADHD, etc. Like it isn’t hard enough focusing on one thing alone Dyslexia almost always includes an accompanying diagnosis.
Dyslexia is often referred to as a language based learning disability. It is the most common form of learning disability. Approximately 15-20% of the population has a learning disability and the National Institutes of Health report that 60% to 80% of those with learning disabilities have problems with reading and language skills. Individuals with dyslexia usually have difficulty with either receptive oral language skills, expressive oral language skills, reading, spelling, or written expression.
Dyslexia varies in degrees of severity. The prognosis depends on the severity of the disability, specific patterns of strengths and weaknesses with the individual, and the appropriateness of the intervention. It is not a result…
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