Recognizing the Signs
Signs of dyslexia can start showing up early, yet often aren’t concerning until your child starts school. Most children are ready to learn reading by kindergarten or first grade, however, children with dyslexia frequently can’t grasp letters and sounds as easily as their peers.
Differences in severity can mean that some with dyslexia move forward even as complications mount. Whether it’s your child falling behind, or an adult who has run out of ways to hide problems with writing, we’re specialists with answers. It’s never too early – or too late. Even in high school, college or adulthood, people can gain lost ground.
This checklist is a tool to determine if you have the typical signs of dyslexia.