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Dyslexia: The Latest Medical Breakthroughs

Tuesday, 01 Feb 2011 03:10 PM

Dyslexia symptoms can be difficult to pinpoint, yet certain traits make its identification more obvious. A few common symptoms of dyslexia include phonological awareness, auditory short-term memory, and rapid naming syndrome. Other pertinent dyslexia symptoms include vision and hearing impairments. In addition to these symptoms, one of the most common dyslexia symptoms that should raise alarm among parents is inadequate or poor reading comprehension and difficulty following instructions.

Dyslexia associations help conduct research on dyslexia, helping parents tackle the special needs of their children. A few of these organizations are: Davis Dyslexia Associations, British Dyslexia Associations, and Maharashtra Dyslexia Association.

In addition to these organizations, there are various sources of online training and information about dyslexia. These web sites help parents learn more about this disability and check out symptoms. Various web sites that provide online consultation for dyslexics are also available to help parents and dyslexic patients. With recent improvements and research in this area, testing of dyslexia through various techniques and methods has become easy as well as effective. These techniques have added to the correct identification of dyslexic symptoms and traits. In addition to this, dyslexic associations have also helped raise awareness of this condition.

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