People with this condition have problems recognizing words, spelling, and understanding what they read. Some have trouble hearing the differences in letter sounds, like m and n, or seeing the differences in similar letters, like b, d, p, and q.
Dyslexia, like all learning differences, doesn't mean a kid is dumb or lazy. Help with note-taking, extra time for tasks, books-on-tape, and special classes in school can help.
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