Treating Dyslexia

Although occasionally workarounds have been proposed, none of them seem to be sufficient. It turns out that it’s easier for someone to learn to live with dyslexia rather than fight it.

A dyslexic child can find alternative ways of learning and the parents and teachers’ role is mainly supportive. The modern treatment of dyslexia includes special books, training with computers and learning with audiovisual material.

The early onset of support seems to have great importance: Studies have shown that 85% of the dyslexic children that begin a specific training in the second grade or earlier reach the learning level of their peers in two years.