Speech, Writing Disorder and Therapy of Dyslexic Patient
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This paper talking about dyslexia patients who can not read, writing, and speaking. Dyslexia is a reading disability that primarily concerns a particular language base, which affects the ability to learn words and compose words even though the child has an average or above-average intelligence level, sufficient motivational and educational opportunities, and normal vision and hearing. Developmental Dyslexia is innate and due to genetic or hereditary factors. People with dyslexia will carry this disorder for the rest of their lives or can not be cured. Not only have difficulty reading, but they also experience the barriers to spelling, writing, and some other language aspects. However, dyslexic children have normal or even above-average levels of intelligence. With special handling, the obstacles they experience can be minimized. And acquired dyslexia is acquired due to interference or changes in the way the left brain reads.
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