Some people think of dyslexia as a learning issue that only involves reading. But brain differences associated with dyslexia can make a number of tasks difficult. Here's an overview of skills and behaviors dyslexia can affect.
Dyslexia & Reading Issues
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If your child has dysgraphia, these tools and apps can make writing easier. She may already use some of them at school, but it can help to have them at home, too.
Dysgraphia & Writing Issues
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Dyspraxia & Motor Skills
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It is not uncommon for the first signs of dysgraphia to show up in elementary school. Grade-schoolers have to do things like copy letters, words, numbers and shapes.
Keeping Up with RTI
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Thanks to Sue for sending in this simplified chart discussing dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia and auditory/visual processing.
Information for Kids and Teens with Dyslexia