Symptoms of Dyslexia
High School to College
at this stage are expected to analyze and synthesize information in
written form as well as acquire factual information. Although many
individuals with dyslexia may have compensated for some of their
difficulties with reading, others may continue to have problems with
spelling, completing homework and taking tests.
our clients have been told:
may have AD/HD"
"They're not applying themselves"
"They're not trying hard enough"
"There's nothing else we can do"
"They're not doing their homework"
"They're not far enough behind to get help"
"Have you considered a vocational career"
to look for:
Difficulty reading and spelling words with multiple syllables, often
omitting entire syllables as well as making single sound errors
of awareness of word structure (prefixes, roots, suffixes)
misreading of common sight words (where, there, what, then, when,
with reading comprehension and learning new information from text
because of underlying word recognition difficulties
underlying oral language problems exist affecting vocabulary
knowledge and grammar, difficulties in comprehension of text will
Significant difficulties in writing related to problems in spelling
as well as organizing ideas
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