Noun(1) impaired ability to learn to read
(1) Thanks to the diploma she is now qualified to assess the symptoms of dyslexia and plan their learning programme.(2) To diagnose dyslexia , specific psychological tests may be necessary.(3) This is only a general overview of dyslexia and once again I say that I'm no expert, only a parent.(4) Special training can help children with dyslexia to read better.(5) Trans fats disrupt the messages between neural pathways and have been linked with attention deficit disorder and dyslexia .(6) Data on acquired dyslexia has played an important role in the dual-route model of reading.(7) He found his dyslexia made it difficult to get a job and took a string of short-term posts.(8) The term dyslexia covers a range of symptoms and learning difficulties related to the written word.(9) Her eldest son Jason, nine, has Asperger's syndrome, a form of autism, and dyslexia .(10) Undoubtedly, there are students who suffer from the severe learning disability, dyslexia .(11) The Oaklands unit is also open to those with more serious learning difficulties like dyspraxia and dyslexia .(12) Pupils at a Rossendale primary school have embraced a new venture to combat dyslexia among young learners.(13) We discovered later that he was seriously affected by dyslexia .(14) With help, the majority of people with dyslexia can learn to read and write perfectly well.(15) His dyslexia made it extremely difficult for him to understand the law which is an extremely abstract matter.(16) She writes letters for a woman with dyslexia and goes to the shops for elderly people who cannot leave their homes.
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