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Learn all about this developmental reading disorder, including facts, warning signs, common myths, and more, by checking out our round-up of dyslexia information below.
Cognitive brain training experts tout the fact that dyslexia does not need to be a lifelong diagnosis. According to Rich Mancuso of LearningRX, a nationwide network of brain training centers, in New York City, "There is now proof from cognitive brain training experts that the learning struggles associated with dyslexia can actually be significantly reduced or essentially eliminated."
Mancuso goes on to say that frequently a dyslexic child has a cognitive deficit that causes difficulties in "phonemic awareness and auditory processing." While this sounds problematic, Mancuso maintains the finding is positive. "This is actually great news because it means that most kids can strengthen these weak stills with an intense cognitive training program."
To find out more about brain training or the ways LearningRX in NYC can help your child, call Mancuso at 212-738-9264, email email@example.com, or visit www.learningrx.com.
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