Facts about dyslexia

  • Fifteen to twenty present of the population has a reading disability
  • Of students with specific learning disability seventy to eighty percent have deficits in reading. Dyslexia is the most common cause of reading, writing and spelling difficulties
  •  If children who have dyslexia get effective phonological training in kindergarten and grade one, they will have significant fewer problems reading at grade level than children do children who are identified or help in grade three.
  • Seventy four percent of children who were poor readers in grade three will remain poor readers in high school. This means that they couldn’t read well when they become adults.
  • Individuals with inherits the genetic links for dyslexia.
  • Dyslexia affects males and females equally, and people from every deferent socio-economic background as well. 

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