The most common thing about dyslexia, is everyone is affected by it differently. Dyslexia is like a fingerprint, uniquely designed. If you were to look at an image of brain activity, you'll find the brain of a dyslexic person doesn't light up in three areas when reading, that are lit up in a typical brain.
Dyslexia refers to a cluster of symptoms that result in people having difficulties with specific language skills, particularly reading. Dyslexic people are usually very bright and have an average or higher IQ. Students with Dyslexia often experience difficulties with both oral and written other language skills, such as writing, and pronouncing words and writing. Dyslexia affects individuals throughout their lives; however, its impact can change at different stages in a person’s life.
If you or your child has 3 or more of these signs, we can help them learn to read and feel confident in school. Don't worry, with proper intervention you or your child will learn how to be successful. We provide private tutoring for students from first grade to adulthood. We provide tutoring services for students who struggle learning math traditionally.