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Are there symptoms of dyslexia not associated with language or math?
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Dr. Mark Diamond
Pediatrics
3 doctors agree
In brief: Reading
There are several types of dyslexia, but what they have in common is the difficulty in reading comprehension.
With proper instruction, this can be overcome.

In brief: Reading
There are several types of dyslexia, but what they have in common is the difficulty in reading comprehension.
With proper instruction, this can be overcome.
Dr. Mark Diamond
Dr. Mark Diamond
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Dr. Johanna Fricke
Pediatrics - Developmental & Behavioral
In brief: Dyslexia is a
Language-based learning disability in which the areas of the brain normally activated for reading can not be recruited.
A person with dyslexia tries to compensate by activating other areas of the brain. Along with academic difficulties, children with dyslexia can have difficulty with social interaction, behavior, poor self-esteem & emotional problems. Dyslexia is frequently accompanied by adhd.

In brief: Dyslexia is a
Language-based learning disability in which the areas of the brain normally activated for reading can not be recruited.
A person with dyslexia tries to compensate by activating other areas of the brain. Along with academic difficulties, children with dyslexia can have difficulty with social interaction, behavior, poor self-esteem & emotional problems. Dyslexia is frequently accompanied by adhd.
Dr. Johanna Fricke
Dr. Johanna Fricke
Thank
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