It is estimated that 20 percent of children are diagnosed with dyslexia. Behind every diagnosis of dyslexia is a right-brained learner. What’s the difference between a child who is right-brained and a later reader and one who has dyslexia? I think gathering information is very important in order to determine the difference for yourself based on what you know about your child. Here are some posts that will help you with your research:
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