Although most people have heard of dyslexia, many misconceptions about it exist. Dyslexia is a language-based disability that affects reading, writing, spelling and sometimes speaking. It might surprise you to know that it affects about 1 in 5 people. The dyslexic brain processes and interprets language differently than the non-dyslexic brain.
Signs of dyslexia change with age, but include difficulty recognizing letters and rhyming words, gripping a pencil, spelling, and remembering facts or numbers.
Learn more about how to find out if your child has dyslexia, what will help your child, and about the new state screening system at our upcoming free event:
Dyslexia: A Primer for Parents
Cedar Mill Library
Wednesday, April 11