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Sound training rewires dyslexic children's brains for reading

Some children with dyslexia struggle to read because their brains aren't properly wired to process fast-changing sounds, according to a brain-imaging study published this month in the journal Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience (online October 16). The study found that sound training via comput...

Brain Scans Shed Light on Dyslexia

...udy contributes to understanding how the brains of dyslexic readers might process the relation between print a...es have shown differences in the way the brains of dyslexic individuals are "wired," as compared with the brai...rs, according to the IDA. The study involved 13 dyslexic readers and an equal number of "non-impaired" read...

Optelec and ShopLowVision.com Bring Life Back Into Focus at ATIA 2009 Orlando

...://www.Optelec.com or call 1 (800) 826-4000 for more information. About Optelec US "Improving the quality of life of visually impaired and dyslexic people, reaching out with simple and effective solutions," Optelec was founded in 1985 and is recognized as the worldwide market leaders in provi...

A Universal Gift of Peace of Mind

...l information in an emergency is peace of mind that money can buy. One father had Eyedentity Labels printed with a hotel room number for his dyslexic teenage son, allowing the boy more freedom during a family vacation Parents of children with food allergies apply Eyedentity Labels on the back of ...

Nerve Disorganization May Spur Form of Dyslexia

...t. Learning more about the link between brain structure and reading may help lead to the development of new techniques to improve reading skills in dyslexic children and adults with poor reading skills, the researchers said. More information The U.S. National Institute of Neurological Disorders and...

ClassMate Reader - Portable reading system supports K-12 students with reading difficulties

...assistive devices are unappealing. Scientific studies have demonstrated the advantages of a multi-modal based reading approach (audio and visual) for dyslexic students. With the simultaneous use of text and audio, students will improve their reading comprehension which is conducive to improve academic achiev...

Chromosome 6 has the Dyslexia Gene

...strong statistical evidence that a large number of dyslexic cases--perhaps as many as 20 percent--are due to t...nd co-authors compared specific DNA markers in 153 dyslexic families. For normal reading abilities the brain c...strong statistical evidence that a large number of dyslexic cases--perhaps as many as 20 percent--are due to t...

Boys Suffer More Mathematics Learning Disorder Than Girls

...ght and intelligent boy" who had great difficulty learning to read. This intrigued the educators and subsequently more similar cases were recorded and dyslexic disorders were officially recognized as a learning disorder. http://www.medindia.net/patients/patientinfo/dyslexia_info.htm ...

Math Learning Disorder Higher In Boys

...ght and intelligent boy" who had great difficulty learning to read. This intrigued the educators and subsequently more similar cases were recorded and dyslexic disorders were officially recognized as a learning disorder. (EurekAlert) http://www.medindia.net/patients/patientinfo/dyslexia_info.htm ...

Research finds new explanations for dyslexia

... The dyslexic brain may have problems in forming perception cate...a new dimension in the nature of the workings of a dyslexic brain. Dyslexia is a learning disorder in an otherwise healthy person. A dyslexic child may have the condition lifelong, although tr...
Dyslexic in Biological News

New dyslexia theory blames 'noise'

... The dyslexic brain struggles to read because even small distrac...nd and the United States showing that infants with dyslexic parents lag behind their peers in forming categori... ones, are consistent with the hypothesis that ... dyslexic children have difficulty setting their signal filt...
Dyslexic in Biological Technology

The NeuronFarm works to increase reading comprehension

...gnitive psychology in 1998. While there, she also worked on the ROSS project, one of the earliest programs to use computer-based methods for educating dyslexic children. This experience led her to spend the next five years designing, assessing and implementing the results of Web-based reading programs, culmin...
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