Reintroducing Dyslexia: Early Identification and Implications for Pediatric Practice

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Cognitive-behavioral research has revealed that there are early literacy skill deficits that represent red flags for dyslexia risk and can be measured at a preschool age. Altogether, this evidence points to dyslexia as a disorder that can be flagged by a pediatrician before school entry, during a period of heightened brain plasticity when interventions are more likely to be effective. 

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Changing the way we teach dyslectic children

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Dyslexic children are missing out at schools by being put straight in front of books.

Experts have drawn up a petition which they hope will lead to a Government review in early reading instruction.

Learning Matters founder Carla McNeil says all of the foundations skills in letter sounds need to be taught systematically before children go to books and begin reading and writing.

She says dyslexia teaching based on neuroscience research is far more advanced overseas.

“We’re that far behind the game, it is incredibly frustrating.” 

She says they need to be taken in a step by step approach before being introduced to reading and writing.

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