Dyslexia and Language Disorders (Receptive & Expressive)

Dyslexia and developmental language disorders

REVIEWED BY NUMBERDYSLEXIA’S EXPERT PANEL ON JUNE 04, 2022 Language-based disorders may often vary from one another on the basis of a few signs and symptoms. Dyslexia, Receptive and expressive language disorders are a few of language-linked inabilities. As the name hints, Receptive disorder is linked with comprehending complications, and expressive difficulties are about speaking or writing … Read more

Special Education Teacher Average Salary: How much to expect?

Special Education Teacher Average Salary

Being a teacher is a respectable position. And aspiring to be a special education teacher is further challenging and distinct to choose. This can be clearly made out from the pay that they get in different locations. All the aspirants looking towards this profession might want to know about earnings too. Here we came up … Read more

Is there any easy to learn language for Dyslexics?

easy lean language for dyslexic

REVIEWED BY NUMBERDYSLEXIA’S EXPERT PANEL ON MAY 19, 2022 Alternatives can sometimes be the best solution. If an individual cannot proceed with one method, another way can make their task easier.  The same is the case with languages for dyslexics too. Factors like sounds and phonics make language arduous for individuals with learning disorders. While striving to … Read more

Math Anxiety Statistics: Some Concerning Numbers

Math Anxiety Statistics

To perform something that is new or pivotal often stipulates some stress. This can be a concern when such pressures outstrip. Evidently, feeling nervous, sweating, and fear for prolonged periods is not healthy. Some individuals are observed to avert subjects like math, probably due to math anxiety.  In such contexts, the stress can be mitigated … Read more

Busting Common Myths About Dyslexia

Busting Common myths about dyslexia

From the day Adolph Kussmaul[1] discovered reading and learning challenges, the concept got relevant insights ensuring the public has better knowledge in this field. Nevertheless, while some queries are still unanswered, some myths got admiration due to various reasons. Comprehending the truth and logic can let an individual explore probable strategies to ameliorate. Consequently, traversing … Read more

Challenges Of Learning Grammar While Having Dyslexia

REVIEWED BY NUMBERDYSLEXIA’S EXPERT PANEL ON FEBRUARY 16, 2022 Reading and writing skills form the base for grasping a language, as each line to be inferred from various sources needs this expertise to comprehend. These areas may need additional thrust for some pupils to excel in academics. As grammar is closely linked to and is probably a … Read more

How Dyslexia Affects Coordination Skills?

Dyslexia and coordination skills

REVIEWED BY NUMBERDYSLEXIA’S EXPERT PANEL ON FEBRUARY 14, 2022 Dyslexia shows an adverse impact on language skills. Various researches classify it as a learning difficulty that interferes with the process of reading textual content. The students find decoding words into phonemes and subsequent blending to be quite a strenuous process. Researchers attribute this difficulty to the dysfunctional … Read more

6 Ways To Effectively Communicate With A Person With Dyslexia

Communicating with dyslexics

REVIEWED BY NUMBERDYSLEXIA’S EXPERT PANEL ON FEBRUARY 5, 2022 Dyslexia is a learning disorder that is associated with difficulties in developing reading, writing, and spelling skills. Being a learning disability, there are several support groups, resources, and tools which can make grasping and learning better, but what about communication.   Are there some ways to help these individuals … Read more

Understanding Emotional Impacts Of Dyslexia

dyslexia and emotions

REVIEWED BY NUMBERDYSLEXIA’S EXPERT PANEL ON FEBRUARY 5, 2022 Emotion is one of the most significant and impactful aspects of anyone’s life that works towards shaping their behavioral characteristics. For those with learning or other similar compromises, emotions can be furthermore crucial, as they may need a cut above of stimulus to compete. These emotional consequences may … Read more

Visual Sequential Memory Difficulties In Dyslexia And Dyscalculia

visual sequential memory difficulties

REVIEWED BY NUMBERDYSLEXIA’S EXPERT REVIEW PANEL ON DEC 17, 2021 We all know 3 comes after 2 and Z after Y due to the sequential commemoration of numbers and alphabets. The same notion can be applied to retain shapes and pictures too. But, not all kids can grasp this in their tender years. Sometimes, they need individualized … Read more