Dyslexia is a language-based learning difference that creates challenges in reading, writing, and spelling. It affects at least 1 in 5 people. Signs of dyslexia change with age, but can include difficulty naming letters and numbers, difficulty recognizing rhyming words, and difficulty sequencing numbers or events in a story.  Children don’t outgrow it, but can learn to read with a systematic, structured approach to reading instruction. More importantly, while dyslexia creates learning challenges, it is not a sign of lack of intelligence or lack of effort.


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