Jamo Learning: Essentials to Success
Dyslexia, the number one reason a bright individual struggles with reading. There is almost one of five people who are dyslexic, but far less who know they are, who know why they endure such profound struggles.
What is Dyslexia?
Dyslexia is not a learning disability as it is so often labeled. Rather, if the propper teaching is given, dyslexia is a learning advantage. Dyslexia means, (Difficulty with reading,) but this is not the whole story. A dyslexic's brain is wired differently than the average reader; not less than, not poorly, just different. Dyslexia, not a learning disability, a learning difference.
Who is Dyslexic?
The mountain of dyslexics is great: girls, boys, the old, the young. One of five born throughout the whole earth are born with this profound brain difference. Our history books tell the story of many dyslexics; Leonardo Davinci, Alexander Graham Bell, Richard Branson, Tommy Hilfiger, Princess Beatrice. Though often accompanied with significant struggles the world of dyslexia is a world of profound intelligence and pottential.
Am I Dyslexic?
Dyslexia is perhaps the most researched brain difference in the sea of science. The National Institute of Health, Universities across the United States aswell as around the world have made substancial grounds in researching this learning difference. If an individual has three or more warning signs, it is a significant possibility that the individual may be dyslexic.