A toucan finds your dyslexia

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Cassidy MacNamara is conducting a screening for dyslexia among students at a Bridgeport elementary school with the help of an animated toucan named Pip. She has introduced students to Pip the Toucan, the star of EarlyBird, an award-winning diagnostic application developed by neuroscientists at Boston Children’s Hospital to screen for signs of dyslexia. Pip is the application’s mascot and interacts with students to keep the process engaging.

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People with dyslexia are resilient

Dyslexia: News from the web:

The learning disorder is now being coined a developmental advantage by Cambridge researchers who specialize in cognition, behavior, and brain studies.

The scientists believe that people who have dyslexia are more apt to explore the unknown and “make do” in unfamiliar situations.

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