Tucson, AZ – July 5, 2011
Dyslexia is a learning disability where the brain does not properly recognize or process visual images into understandable language. The arrangement of letters, words, and numbers is often confusing, and it can inhibit a student’s ability to read, spell, write, and sometimes even speak. Dyslexia is most widely associated with reading difficulties, but it can manifest itself in many other ways as well. Dyslexic students often have difficulty with sequencing activities, such as putting the days of the week in the correct order, remembering telephone numbers, or arranging alphabet letters. Directions can be problematic, whether...

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