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Dyslexia Tutors Edinburgh Frequently Asked Questions:
1. I think my child could perhaps be dyslexic, but the school doesn’t seem to care.
There are some primary and secondary schools in the country that could give your child significant, important and appropriate support for dyslexia, but unfortunately there are others that have yet to receive the correct training in additional support for learning. As a consequence, signs of dyslexia often go unnoticed or are misunderstood as lesser ability, slow development, or even laziness or a lack of concentration.
2. How and when does Dyslexia Happen?
Some children are born with a genetic code that helps them to utilize the part of their brain that alters and creates perceptions. Being born with this genetic code doesn’t give your child dyslexia, it only makes it possible for them to develop it in later life. This explains why many professionals consider Dyslexia to be a hereditary condition.
Developing dyslexia involves some very complex stages, and the timing has to be very particular. In fact, developing dyslexia is so complex that it’s a wonder anyone can make sense of it.
A dyslexic did not begin developing dyslexia in Primary 1, or even in nursery. The process started long before that. The dyslexic child started using the special ability that brings about dyslexia as early as three months of age.
It is thought to be between the ages of three and six months that dyslexic children begin the development of their additional skills, abilities and deficiencies. Some think that if an infant begins using the distortion function of the brain before the age of three months, the resulting problems will be far more severe than dyslexia.
There is not one age that children are typically assessed for dyslexia, although an assessment can be more accurate where literacy levels are developing. As soon as difficulties do become clear, and particularly where a child is becoming distressed or showing behavioural issues, it is important that an assessment is then undertaken.
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