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Is there a cure for dyslexia?
March 09, 2011 5:47PM
Sadly, no. There are many methods, techniques and tricks you can try, but there is no cure, unfortunately.
Sorry, no. Bella Thorne, an actress, has it. There is no cure. There are many claims that they can, but it rarely works.
Can you cure dyslexia?
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Did Benjamin Zephaniah cure himself of dyslexia?
Cure how dyslexia to?
Each dyslexic person's difficulties are different and vary from slight to very severe disruption of the learning process. There is no total cure but the effects of dyslexia can be alleviated by skilled specialist teaching and committed learning. On the positive side there is a hypothesis that the neurological anomalies also give some dyslexic people visual, spatial and lateral thinking abilities that enable them to be successful in a wide range of careers.
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Does epilepsy cause dyslexia?
No. Epilepsy is a physical condition. Dyslexia is a learning disability. Most people with dyslexia have not got epilepsy and equally most people with epilepsy do not have dyslexia. It is possible for someone who has epilepsy to have dyslexia, but there is no connection, so it is just as equally possible for someone with dyslexia to have any other illness.
Can you get help dyslexia?
yes, Though Dyslexia is passed down from generation to generation there is help but not a cure. The way to help a person with Dyslexia is with the use of the Irlen Method, Found by Helen Irlen, Author of the book, "Reading by the Colors" 35% of those with Dyslexia may be helped with the use of this method. To find a certified Irlen screener near you go to www.irlen.com. By getting this help it may help with shorting the remediation and make it more affective. or go to www.irlenconnection.com or www.irlenboston.com for even more information.