Children's Dyslexia

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Do you know a child who is intelligent “but just doesn’t apply himself/herself”?

  • Avoids or is afraid to do homework or even go to school?
  • Has difficulty understanding how letters represent sounds, how sounds work in words?
  • Does not understand the patterns and rules in spelling?
  • Lacks self esteem because they cannot read?

If so, he/she may have dyslexia…

Did you know

  • Dyslexia affects up to 18 percent of the population.
  • Dyslexia not only affects the life of the person who has this reading disability, it impacts that person’s teachers, family, and peers.
  • Dyslexia is treatable?
  • The Children’s Dyslexia Center is highly effective in teaching dyslexic children to read?
  • Treatment at the Children’s Dyslexia Center is free to our child and her family?


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Lake County parents, lawmakers target dyslexia
Created: 2/19/2017

Photo: Angela Baronello of Antioch and her children Evelyn, 3, and Lucas, 9, sit with Sen. Melinda Bush (right) to talk about dyslexia legislation. (Kristy MacKaben, Chicago Tribune)

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