Dylsexia is a learning disorder that is considered to be neurological, meaning related to the functioning of the brain. Dyslexia crates difficulties related to reading. While reading, the child is more likely to make mistakes like reversing letters or forgetting or replacing a part of the word. This makes reading harder and slower and can cause problems with reading comprehension. Diagnosing this disorder can support the child in his or her schooling by providing tools and adapted strategies at school.
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