How does one recognize dyslexia (SLD)?
Basically, we talk about primary dyslexia when the following factors can be observed:
- A child’s intermittent inattention when writing, reading, or calculating, i.e., as soon as he encounters letters and/or numbers.
- Differentiated sensory perceptions are not sufficiently developed for learning writing, reading, and arithmetic (calculation).
- Perceptual mistakes due to blurred sensory perceptions and the resulting inattention.
Take this online test?
- Does your child have problems recognizing the alphabet and numbers?
- Does your child confuse similar shapes alphabet and sounds of the alphabet?
- Does your child write mirror-image of a certain alphabet and numbers?
- Does your child struggle to write and copy?
- Does your child quick to give up when writing?
- Does your child have problems spelling or reading?
- Does your child seem stress when trying to read?
- Does your child have problems with the sequencing of numbers?
- Does your child have difficulties understanding the simplest mathematical calculation concept?
- Does your child lose focus easily when asked to learn/study?
- Does your child take “forever” to complete his school work?
- Does your child easily forget what he learns but has the ability to sustained memory of other related things such as television programs, playing with gadgets?
If you registered more Yes than No, please fill in the form below to get an appointment for a full educational assessment with our specialist to diagnose if your child has problems related to Specific Learning disorders particularly dyslexia, and help your child address their difficulties.