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dyslexia.com.au provides assessments and online courses to correct dyslexia. Dyslexia is a language-based learning disability. Dyslexia refers to a cluster of symptoms, which result in people having difficulties with specific language skills, particularly reading.



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Dyslexia Explained: What is Dyslexia?

Dyslexia is a language-based learning disability. It refers to a cluster of symptoms, which result in people having difficulties with specific language skills, particularly reading. Dyslexia can come in mild, moderate or severe forms. It can make it very difficult for a child to succeed academically in the typical educational environment. Dyslexics not only experience problems with reading, they might even experience difficulties in other areas of learning like spelling, writing or maths.

Dyslexia is not a disease or a medical issue and as such there is no cure. Exact causes are still not completely clear. Brain imagery studies show differences in the way the brain of a dyslexic person develops, functions and processes information. Dyslexia is not due to either lack of intelligence, or desire to learn.

With appropriate teaching methods, dyslexics can learn successfully. There is treatment which can correct the confusion. See Dyslexia Treatment Options .

There is no single pattern of difficulty that affects all dyslexic people. A dyslexic person might:
• See some letters as backwards or upside down.
• See text appearing to jump around on a page.
• Not be able to tell the difference between letters that look similar in shape such as…o…e…c.
• Not be able to tell the difference between letters with similar shape but different orientation, such as…b…p…d…q.
• See letters all jumbled up and out of order.
• See letters and words all bunched together.
• See letters of some words completely backwards, such as the word “was” looking like “saw”.

The letters and words might look OK to the non-dyslexic, but to the dyslexic they are extremely confusing. So much so that they may get a severe headache or feel sick to their stomach every time they try to read. A dyslexic might be able to read the words but not be able to make sense of, or remember, what they read. So they find themselves coming back to read the same passage over and over again. It is important to understand when a dyslexic person sees letters or words reversed or mixed up, there may not be anything wrong with their eyes. The problem is in the way the mind interprets what the eyes see.

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Dyslexia Help: How Can I Help My Child?

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So you’ve made a commitment to improve your child’s learning. Awesome! Whether it be with reading, writing or their general state of mind, every step you take as a parent from now on is going to strengthen their mindset and expand their learning potential. It’s important to know what is going on with your child, so that you can do something about it. That’s why, at the start of each online lesson (there are only 10 MAX in the course) there is a short clip explaining to you what they will be learning, and why it’s so important. Your child learns differently and that’s fantastic! All we need to do now is teach them differently using an approach that works for them.

By getting this far you have shown yourself that you are ready to give your child the greatest gift – the gift of learning!! My Mums and Dads have achieved incredible results for their kids with this Dyslexia Course:
“I really don’t know how to thank you and your program, please know that all the successes Ben will achieve in his life would not have been possible without your love, dedication and skill, may you continue to change children and adults’ lives for many years to come.” – MELISSA, Ben’s Mum.
“Erin has done lesson 3 and gone up three levels in comprehension at school! He’s getting an award at the end of the year for the first time ever!” – MISH, Erin’s Mum.

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Dyslexia Assessment: Signs and Symptoms?

The Dyslexia Screening Test provides a profile of strengths and weaknesses of an individual. These can be used to guide the development of in-school support. The DST is designed for early identification of children who are at risk of reading failure. This is so they can be given extra support at school. It also and provides data which can be used to support the request of extra time, or concessions, in exams. Get an Assessment!

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My Story. Mother of a Dyslexic Child. When Words Fail…

“The inability to read, write and understand the meaning of words is a serious issue. It can lead to children and adults developing; anxiety, low self-esteem or depression. In addition it can seriously limit employment. A significant number of those with such difficulties are dyslexic.” Marianne Mullally – Armidale Independent. CLICK HERE to See My Story.

New to 2016 will be Marianne’s book entitled DYSLEXIA ANSWERED. A mothers guide to helping your child read. Leave your details at the top of the page and we will contact you when the book is available to order.

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The B.D.A. eLearning site is dedicated to the provision of online resources for dyslexia and related information. Here you can find helpful information and resources for parents, teachers and other individuals interested in supporting children or adults with dyslexia.

It is also used as an online resource base for delegates attending our training courses, and those studying for our Level 2 and Level 3 Accredited Programmes.

We are currently very excited to be developing a range of eLearning courses to our current training provision, which will allow us to help train individuals in dyslexia awareness without the need for them to attending a face-to-face training day. We hope that these courses will be launched later on this year, so please keep checking back to see what is new on the site.

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Visit http://www.bdaelearning.org.uk

When you arrive at the site, you can create a user account for yourself by clicking on the "Login" icon in the top right-hand corner. This will allow you access to the discussion forums and more of the free information that you can find on the site.

If you experience any persistent problems with accessing the eLearning site, please contact the B.D.A. Training Department at [email protected]


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