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Treatment for dyslexia can begin even before children start learning to read, a new study suggests.
Researchers from Italy found that the learning disability may be linked to problems with children’s visual attention. They said their findings could lead to earlier diagnosis and new treatments for those with the condition.
“Visual attention deficits are surprisingly way more predictive of future reading disorders than are language abilities at the pre-reading stage,” Andrea Facoetti, of the University of Padua, said in a journal news release.
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