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Secondary Conditions - Can They Be Avoided?

Secondary conditions may develop if the dyslexia is left untreated or if the dyslexia is more severe. Some of these problems include difficulty with reading comprehension, vocabulary, and written expression. Many of these issues can be avoided or minimized if a child gets the right type of instruction at an early age. The brain has plasticity and can “rewire” with consistent, intense, and research based interventions in place. Accommodations are usually necessary to support student learning.

Other secondary conditions may be unavoidable. Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) or speech and language impairments are often coexisting. These are often conditions that children are born with.

For ideas on accommodations and strategies to level the playing field in school or at home, contact Kelly and request for more information.

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