Beat Adult Dyslexia

Thursday, June 5, 2008

People generally consider that adult dyslexia is a disease that cannot be cured. Most people think that there is no permanent treatment that is available to overcome these learning disabilities. However, such considerations are only based on assumptions and have nothing to do with the truth. You should not accept such misconceptions as the veritable truth. The modern advancements in the field of medicine and technology have given us an array of therapies, training and equipment that can be used to beat dyslexia.

With a little amendment in learning strategies, even a person affected with adult dyslexia can improve his or her reading and writing skills. It is very important for us to understand that every human being is different. Different brains are wired differently. You cannot expect everyone to be an expert in only one field. Some students are good at Mathematics while there are others who are good at literature or other subjects. Even if a person is affected with adult dyslexia, it can mean that they will be weak learners in just one aspect- reading or writing. From no angle would it mean that they are dumb and worthless. They may be good and highly talented in some other fields that do not involve reading and writing, such as painting etc. The amendment in learning strategies must be made on the basis of the unique talent that the person possesses. Thus, the first task is to study the person and identify his or her considerable strengths.

  • Feelings of rejection are normal with dyslexia. In general, a person with dyslexia does not get a good response from their surroundings. People at school, in their neighborhood, and even immediate family, often start to taunt them or ridicule them, considering them to be dumb and stupid. Such behavior can have a severe impact on his or her self-confidence, causing feelings of isolation and rejection. Therefore, once the problem is identified, through a dyslexia test, proper actions must be taken showing that they have the talent to achieve success. It can be difficult to win self-confidence back but that is why this is the stage that must be won before coping is possible.

    • One way to improve the reading and writing skills of someone who has dyslexia, is by focusing on building the phonetic decoding skills. Since dyslexia causes slower reading, teaching to break words into their basic sounds and then rearrange these sounds to produce different words is very beneficial. Such training will gradually help the an adult dyslexia with dyslexia learn to read more accurately and at a higher speed.


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