REVIEWED BY NUMBERDYSLEXIA’S EXPERT PANEL ON AUG. 10, 2020 Often left undiagnosed behind dyslexia, Dyscalculia is the math’s and mathematical operations’ learning difficulty. This difficulty can stay with person throughout life. A dyscalculic person finds it difficult to recognize and count numbers; also, they cannot do mental math or judge distance or height, or deal with currency … Read more Important types of dyscalculia
REVIEWED BY NUMBERDYSLEXIA’S EXPERT PANEL ON JULY 14, 2020 Dyslexia is one of the most common learning disorders in many children. Combating it requires the time and effort of both the child as well as the caretaker. To help these children and their caretakers, many solutions have been proposed. One of the popular and well-known measures include … Read more Are yellow overlays really effective in dyslexia?
What are your first reactions seeing the picture above? Certainly you will feel like throwing the book away at once, or you will rush to an ophthalmologist to check what has gone wrong with your eyes. Now, compound this effect on a daily basis each time the words or letters appear in front of you. … Read more Dyslexia Example: How reading & writing exactly feels like?
MEDICALLY REVIEWED BY NUMBERDYSLEXIA’S MEDICAL REVIEW PANEL ON JUNE 24, 2020 The fear of Mathematics and numbers is called Dyscalculia which is a learning disability also termed as number blindness.Extensive studies have recorded that nearly 7% of the population with average intelligence have the problem. The innate number sense of the human brain is not in sync … Read more Dyscalculia and Brain Activity-The Connection
Dyscalculia : Are facts available telling us real numbers? Dyscalculia, commonly known as ‘dyslexia’ with numbers, has been under scanner for a long time now. Some mathematicians started identifying it in their students about several decades back. They identified a dyscalculic student as a slow learner, but gradually with research and attention, they were able … Read more Dyscalculia Statistics: An overview of facts, prevalence, percentage and reality
IEP is acronym for Individualized Education Program. As the name suggests, IEP is an official program designed for students in need of special education services to let their academics thrive in school. Under IEP, the team constructs a legal document under United States law so that every student with a disability of one kind or … Read more IEP History : Individualized Education Program Timeline
Senator Chuck grassley once said “What makes a child gifted and talented may not always be good grades in school, but a different way of looking at the world and learning.” This quote holds so true. Just look at some of the most successful people living right now, who have beaten the belief that grades … Read more Is your school dyslexia friendly? Here’s a checklist
Text-to-voice is an excellent outcome of character recognition technology that every dyslexic or visually impaired can benefit from. Popular Apps like Smartynote Pro and Evernote widely use this functionality to serve their users who have a learning disorder. Taking a step further, A Japanese company implemented the technology in a pair of smart glasses. Keisuke … Read more Raspberry Pi equipped glasses that read texts to dyslexic wearers
Dyslexia is a learning disorder that affects our ability to read and spell correctly. One in five students, or 15-20% of the population, has a language-based learning disability and Dyslexia is the most common one. In just America, around 55 million people have some form of dyslexia. And the daunting fact is that this number … Read more Researchers created RADAR for early screening of dyslexia
Oklahoma’s Science Museum ‘smART Space’ will debut the exhibition “Beautiful Minds — Dyslexia and the Creative Advantage” with a gallery opening from 6 to 8 p.m. The event aims to explore the minds, art and successes of people who have or had dyslexia. It will feature work from Steve Jobs, Leonardo Da Vinci, Albert Einstein, Agatha Christie and … Read more Oklahoma’s Science Museum to debut ‘Beautiful Minds- Dyslexia and the Creative Advantage’