Dyslexia Suggestions

(Also Known As: Dyslexic Suggestions, Learning Disorder Suggestions, Developmental Reading Disorder Suggestions)

(Reviewed by: Paul Peterson, Licensed Therapist)

Suggestions for Dyslexia

When it comes to dyslexia, it would require the collaboration of teachers and parents in order to manage dyslexia. Here are some suggestions on how you can solve the problem of this disorder.

  • Monitor the performance of your child. If you see a sudden dip in the academic performance of your child, you can communicate with their teacher and find out what is wrong with them. Your child’s teacher would most likely have information regarding the performance of your child.
  • Reward their achievements. Whatever accomplishments that your child gets should be rewarded accordingly. Whether it is in extracurricular or academic activity, your child’s efforts should always be recognized.
  • Help your child with their education. If you have a spare time, your child will appreciate it if you would help them out with their school tasks from time to time. Reviewing for an important exam the next day or helping them out with a difficult math assignment will definitely be appreciated by your child.

Could You Have Dyslexia?

Dyslexia Topics

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Asperger's Syndrome – restricted social interaction, autism, learning difficulty
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder – inattention, hyperactivity, difficulty to concentrate
Mental Retardation – below normal mental ability, difficulty in learning, dysfunctional adaptive ability