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Dyslexia IS. . .
- A way of thinking based on visual-spatial talents
- A three-dimensional thought process
- Often labeled as an auditory processing or a visual perception deficiency
- Something that can be helped at its root level
- Both a gift and a challenge
Dyslexics. . .
- Have vivid imaginations
- Remember incredible details from various experiences they’ve done
- Are smart, but often unable to prove it in school
- Often love to build and create with their hands
- Are creative, “out of the box,” thinkers
- Are very curious about how/why things work
- Think mainly in pictures
- Avoid written instructions, yet easily complete a 3-D project
- Experience high levels of confusion with language symbols
- Create excellent mental thoughts, but cannot transfer thoughts to paper
- Often become highly successful individuals
Dyslexia is NOT. . .
- Something one “outgrows”
- A disease
- A process to be ashamed of
- Best “fixed” with “tricks” and compensatory methods