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How to Treat Dyslexia

Friday, 27 May 2011 02:38 PM

Dyslexic people have special needs. This problem, which is largely seen among children, can be treated with certain techniques. Dyslexia is purely a neurological disability. People suffering from this problem face difficulties in reading, writing, and comprehension.

Ways to treat dyslexia:

• Get expert advice: This is the best option. You can also get in touch with people who have successfully handled this problem. The more you know about dyslexia, the better the chances of dealing with it effectively.
• Support your child: Treating dyslexia is a lifetime process. You should support your child in solving his/her homework till they register the correct use of words. Patience and constant support will help your child conquer this neurological disability.
• Encourage your child to partake in recreational activities: It has been noticed that dyslexic children excel in creative fields. Dyslexic children should be encouraged to take up creative assignments, as this can help them build confidence in dealing with their reading and writing disabilities.

Following these words of advice can go a long way in treating dyslexia.

For more information on dyslexia, see below:

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