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Dyslexia is diagnosed when it is discovered that a child has problems processing language. Five percent of schoolchildren are said to have problems learning to read with most of those students being dyslexic. Dyslexia is diagnosed more often in boys than girls. Unfortunately, dyslexia often goes undiagnosed for too long. Many people make it into adulthood before ever realizing there was a problem that could have been treated.
The dyslexia_teacher.com website states, “Learning disabilities often lead to long-lasting psychological harm unless they are caught early… But many kids slip through undiagnosed, it says, leaving them unable to function later in life.” These misdiagnoses can result in depression, anxiety, and suicide.
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