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We are constantly looking for ways to help people with dyslexia and parents, siblings and others associated with them.

We scour the internet to bring relevant information about dyslexia to you. Below you will find links to articles we have found and placed on various social media platforms. They are gathered here in our compendium for your convenience

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Posted:  June 2023

How to Recognize Dyslexia Symptoms by Age

Dyslexia is a learning disorder that affects both children and adults. Its symptoms are different with age, and severity can vary as well. Generally, people with dyslexia have difficulty breaking down words into ...

Posted:  November, 2022

Not Every Reader's Struggle Is the Same.

Neuroscientists find that brain signatures of reading difficulties in students from lower socioeconomic backgrounds are, on average, different from those of students from higher socioeconomic backgrounds who struggle with ...

Posted:  October 2022

Gene Study Identifies Series of DNA Variants Linked to DyslexialeftRight

Scientists have for the first time pinpointed a large number of genes that are reliably associated with dyslexia. Around a third of the 42 genetic variants identified have been previously linked to general cognitive ability and educational attainment. The researchers say their findings aid our ...

Posted: July 2022

2020 Dyslexia Research Update - Scientific Learning Update.LR2022

You might be interested in our 2021 Dyslexia Research Update (October 15, 2021).. October is Dyslexia Awareness Mo nth, and neuroscientist and Northwestern University professor Dr. Martha Burns presented our 6th annual webinar on updates to dyslexia research.She made the research on dyslexia easy to understand for anyone and actionable for educators.

Posted:  June, 2022

Developmental Dyslexia Essential to Human Adaptive Success

Researchers say people with developmental dyslexia have specific strengths relating to exploring the unknown that have contributed to the successful adaptation and survival of our ...

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