What does it mean to have Dyslexia? Children who are diagnosed with Dyslexia often have difficulties with reading, spelling, and writing. However, like the individuality of each human, Dyslexia is enormously varied and presents itself differently in every person who is dyslexic. For one person the decoding of words for reading is the problem. For another the decoding is easy but comprehension is missing. The physical task of writing is hard for some and for others spelling correctly is the difficult part.

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