During the last 20 years, researchers have identified brain pathways and early warning signs associated with dyslexia. Babies who process sound differently, toddlers who start talking later than their peers and preschoolers who don’t ‘get’ rhyming games may struggle with reading later on. The exciting thing is that there are programs that can actually rewire the brains of dyslexics and help these kids become successful readers. Early identification, multisensory instruction, applied technology and structured phonics programs along with a supportive family can all work together to prevent and treat reading disabilities.
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