What Is Dyslexia?
Dyslexia is a specific learning disability, which affects literacy areas such as spelling, reading, writing, or math in spite of average or above average intelligence. Such problems affect almost every part of the school curriculum. It is essential to seek help as children may feel frustrated, dejected, or develop low self-confidence because of their reading difficulties.
Causes Of Dyslexia
Dyslexia has been found to have a neurological basis. Brain imaging studies have shown anatomical differences in the way the brain of person with dyslexia functions.
Dyslexia may also run in families. Nevertheless, people with Dyslexia are very bright and gifted, especially in areas such as music, physics, drama, art. Some famous people with Dyslexia include Albert Einstein, Thomas Edison, Leonardo da Vinci and Tom Cruise.
Symptoms Of Dyslexia