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Dyslexia – One View

There are various forms of dyslexia. Dyslexia is a reading issue for people. They have difficulty pronouncing and reading words. One of the forms of dyslexia is when readers leave out little words or enter little words which change the meaning of sentences.

One of the easiest tools to use is text to speech. Text is read orally to the reader. It is possible for the reader to stop and make meaning of what is being read. This making meaning is called reading comprehension.

Making meaning of what is read is important. Just reading words – or reciting them- does not make comprehension. It is important for readers to stop and make meaning in their own words.

Are you or do you have a reader in your family that possibly has this issue? For immediate help, contact Beth Silver, Educational Therapist at 310-720-0390 or

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