The Researched Link Between Dyslexia and Vision Issues
Developmental Dyslexia is a reading disorder that emerges in childhood. The primary deficit involves impaired ability to “sound out” words, recognize words, and spell words, which in turn affect reading rate, comprehension, and written expression as well. The disorder of Developmental Dyslexia is most often viewed as stemming from a core linguistic deficit in phonological processing, a premise which has guided the educational interventions thus far.
Until now, there has been a lack of research to compare Dyslexic children’s vision issues with typically developing children. It is validating to see the results Continue reading “New Research Vision Issues and Dyslexia”