January 18, 2011 BY Sharon Soliday, CCC-SLP

Dyslexia is a broad term defining a learning disability that impairs a child’s fluency or accuracy in being able to read, write, and spell. Typically, the child reports seeing letters and numbers in reverse or inverted positions.

What are the dyslexia symptoms that parents and teachers may notice? Usually, learning difficulties are the first clues. For example, the child may find it hard to copy words from the board or a book. His written work may appear jumbles, and with frequent misspellings and uneven spacing, direction or letter size.

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Symptoms of Dyslexia


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