October is not only ADHD Awareness Month, but also Dyslexia Awareness Month. According to Dyslexia International, it is estimated that it occurs in at least one in ten people. Dyslexia is categorized as a language-based learning disability that includes poor word reading, word decoding, oral reading fluency and spelling. Check out our recommended articles related to dyslexia to learn more about the condition and how to get help.
- Reduce Back to School Stress for Dyslexic Learners
- Dyslexia and Reading Comprehension, Sight Words and Spelling
- Top Teaching Methods for Dyslexic Students
- Visual Processing Explained
- Retained Primitive Reflexes Have A Clear Connection To Dyslexia
- Dyslexia: At Home Activities to Strengthen Reading Skills
- 4 Negative Coping Strategies to Watch for in a Student with Dyslexia
- Reading Red Flags
- Teacher's Top Tips For Encouraging Reluctant Readers to Love Books
- 5 Ways to Encourage Creativity in Kids with Dyslexia
If you suspect your child has Dyslexia or has already been diagnosed with Dyslexia, contact us online or find a center near you to learn more about how the Brain Balance Program can help.