COVID 19 has Changed the World and Education
COVID 19 Created an Opportunity for Dyslexics and Other Struggling Students
What is Dyslexia?
How Can Parents Screen their Child for Dyslexia?
Can Dyslexia be Treated with Medication?
What is the Best Intervention for Dyslexia?
- Reach out to your school and request the needed testing and support. If a student receives a diagnosis of dyslexia and they are experiencing underachievement in reading skills and other school-based subjects, they can receive reasonable accommodations, they may qualify for help in a resource room, and they may offer a 504 or IEP (Individualized Education Program).
- Seek individualized treatment or assistance from a learning specialist, reading specialist, or educational therapist.
- Buy some remedial activities that you can do at home to help your child.
I'm Concerned that My Child Will Get Even Further Behind
Dyslexia Treatment at Home
- reading games and activities
- writing games and activities
- spelling games and activities
- categorization games and activities
- higher-order language games and activities
- listening to audiobooks while you and your child read along
- take turns reading aloud with your children
Where Can Parents and Professionals Get a Bundle of Activities for Students with Dyslexia?
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