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Definition

The Oxford English Dictionary defines dyslexia as a disorder involving difficulty in learning to read words, letters and other symbols.

Dyslexia literally means 'trouble with words'. It is the term used to describe difficulties with spelling, writing and reading. The challenges can come in many different forms and are not limited to reversals of letters and words, a common misconception.

Our Definition:

Dyslexia is the capacity to process information differently, enabling innovative thought and perception. It is characterised by a visual and experiential learning style. Methods using this learning style allow dyslexic people to realise their capabilities and minimise the negative impact commonly developed by conventional methods. (concept by C. Fraser.  Wording by B. Baird and C. Fraser) 

 

Alternate labels

A few alternate labels commonly used to describe symptoms of dyslexia are:

  • Central Auditory Processing disorder
  • Auditory Processing disorder
  • Language based disorders
  • Non-specific learning disability
  • Poor working/short term memory problems
  • ADD/ADHD
  • Dysphonetic dyslexia
  • Reading disability
  • Visual Motor deficient
  • Visual Processing disorder
  • Dysphonetia (Dysphonetia)
  • Dyseidesia (Dsyseidesic)
  • Letter position dyslexia or disorder (Click here for more information)
  • Perceptual difficulties or perceptual dyslexia. See Below:

             

                       

 

 

 

 

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