Celebrating Dyslexia Awareness Week 2022

Dyslexia awareness week 2022

It’s that time of the year when we celebrate and appreciate individuals with dyslexia, our neurodiverse companions, who make this world a better place. October 3rd – October 9th is Dyslexia Awareness Week in 2022.  Dyslexia is characterized by difficulty interpreting letters, words, and symbols, thereby hampering reading ability. It is interesting to note that … Read more

Dyslexia And High IQ: Finding the connection

REVIEWED BY NUMBERDYSLEXIA’S EXPERT PANEL ON SEPTEMBER 08, 2022 His teachers said he was mentally slow, unsociable, and adrift in his foolish dreams. The man was Albert Einstein.Learning difficulties and the children who are affected by them need to be better understood by teachers. Even children who are deemed to be brilliant and have high IQs might … Read more

7 Famous Chefs Who Once Struggled With Dyslexia

Compared to a few years ago, dyslexia is now a more common term for us. It is a learning difficulty in which individuals cannot phonologically process the sound of spoken language and, thus, find it difficult to read, speak, spell, etc. Due to this challenging condition, it is a common misconception that it will be … Read more

Are Dyslexics Good At Engineering? Let’s Find Out!

REVIEWED BY NUMBERDYSLEXIA’S EXPERT PANEL ON SEPTEMBER 08, 2022 The biggest challenge dyslexics deal with is the difficulty in reading, spelling, and writing. These skills are of primary importance to excel in academics as the school curriculum is totally dependent on them. However, this difficulty should not stop them from excelling in life because they are blessed … Read more

Understanding Geography With Dyslexia: How To Manage?

REVIEWED BY NUMBERDYSLEXIA’S EXPERT PANEL ON AUGUST 29, 2022 Learning disorders are of different types, and dyslexia is one of them. These disorders affect a person’s ability to learn, retain, and use specific skills. This influences the academic performance of students dealing with these issues. Students with dyslexia often struggle with reading, writing activities, and the use … Read more

Is Singapore Math Good For Dyscalculics Or Dyslexics?

Is singapore math good for Dyscalculics or Dyslexics

Singapore Math is an approach to teaching mathematics in an objective, meaningful way which focuses on concrete, pictorial and abstract learning more than rote learning of concepts. The subject of this method is taught by lived experiences in classrooms through objects, models, and ideas. Often, learning disabilities come in the way of the academic learning … Read more

Q. Is It True That Dyslexia Worsens With Age?

Can dyslexia worsen with age

REVIEWED BY NUMBERDYSLEXIA’S EXPERT PANEL ON AUGUST 15, 2022 While children and parents alike try to figure out “what’s wrong”, it’s sad that they, more often than not, blame themselves for no fault of theirs. Parents frequently wonder, “Will my child outgrow dyslexia — or would it become worse?” as they see their child struggle with dyslexia-related … Read more

Important Social Skills Interventions For Individuals With Learning Disabilities

social skill

REVIEWED BY NUMBERDYSLEXIA’S EXPERT PANEL ON AUGUST 13, 2022 Children with learning disabilities face many difficulties in not just their academics, but also in their social environment. Learning difficulties have a great effect on the child’s sense of self and confidence and often make them feel inferior. These effects stretch to aspects beyond academics, like family, peer … Read more

Dyslexia and Note Taking: How to manage?

How Dyslexia May Affect Our Note-Taking Skills And What To Do About Them

REVIEWED BY NUMBERDYSLEXIA’S EXPERT PANEL ON AUGUST 13, 2022 Dyslexia is the inability to read, write and spell. Children with dyslexia often find it difficult to read and write even basic words and differentiate similarly structured letters such as ‘b’ ‘d’ or ‘p’ ‘q’. They take pauses while reading and produce distorted words often. Research has suggested … Read more

Dyslexia and Homonyms: How to learn?

Dyslexia and homonyns, homophones, homographs

Learners with dyslexia suffer from difficulties in reading, writing, and spelling. They are often unable to recognize letters and words accurately, write simple three-letter words, differentiate between similarly structured letters, and read out loud or read at all.  When affected learners are exposed to slightly complex aspects of grammar such as homophones, homographs, and homonyms, … Read more