By The Understood Team
Kids learn at different paces. But if your child has been struggling with reading and writing for a while, what you’re seeing could be signs of dyslexia. Here are examples of what dyslexia looks like at different ages, at home and in school.
Sheldon H. Horowitz, Ed.D.
Dec 20, 2013
Dec 20, 2013
Dyslexia: What It Is and Isn’t
Dyslexia: What You’re Seeing in Your Middle-Schooler
Quiz: Test Your Knowledge of Dyslexia
Video: Inside the Dyslexic Brain
Dyslexia: Strategies You Can Try at Home
Dyslexia: What You’re Seeing in Your High-Schooler
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