Is there a ‘Cure’ for Dyslexia?

Feb 17, 2014 | About Dyslexia

Is there a cure?

Dyslexia is not an illness; nor is it a disability, even if it appears to be that for many individuals, when they struggle and despite working harder, seem to stay stuck. Dyslexia is a different learning style—and as soon as there is a cure for an outmoded teaching style, many of the dyslexic blocks to learning will be cured too. The dyslexic thinking style enables them to view things in a different way, capturing the whole picture rather than working through a slower sequential process. So there is no need for a cure, but there are ways to bring out the gift of the non-verbal picture thinkers, to enable them to use the powerful creative mind set to their own learning.

Is there a cure for dyslexia


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