Dyslexia Questions and Dyslexia Answers
Dyslexia Questions and Dyslexia Answers are below. Most popular questions asked about Dyslexia and how it is like to read as a Dyslexic Reader. The inverted reading variations during reading are keys to understand.
Most Common Letters for Dyslexia Alphabet Changes:
d, b, p, and q all look the same with Non-Dyslexia Fonts
Capital E can look like a 3
lower case l can look like an i in many fonts
lower case g can look like a 6
u and n can look identical
Dyslexia Questions & Answers #22:
Is there a correlation between left handedness and Dyslexia?
Answer: You will often be told that left handed people have creative tendencies. Many people who know that Dyslexics are creative assume that they are also left handed. Dyslexics are both right and left handed individuals. They have varying degrees of Dyslexia and sometime are capable of writing with both hands or drawing with one hand and writing with another.
Dyslexics do not need to be left handed in order to be Dyslexic and in order to be creative.
Dyslexia Questions & Answers #23:
What is the difference between Autism and Dyslexia?
Answer: There could be Autistic children who are also have Dyslexia. Autism is an expressive disorder which involves delayed speech and communication issues. Dyslexia is not a disorder but is unfortunately rumored in society to be a disease, which it is not.
If Dyslexia is guilting of being any kind of disorder than it is a creative disorder. Where a person who has Dyslexia is struggling with their abilities to see the world in non-linear fashions. Autism however is a condition that is a struggle in communication.
Dyslexia Questions & Answers #24:
Why are so many CEO’s Dyslexic?
Answer: Many CEO’s are Dyslexic because the Dyslexic mind is capable of memorizing and handling many different factors at once. CEO’s need to be able to have keen and sharp mind and skillsets that allow them to identify with their staff and staff departments. It is vital to the organization that creative input is consistently being inputted into the company. It is important that the company does not go stagnant.
Many of the highest Mensa participants are Dyslexic. Many CEO’s are part of the Mensa group.
Each company regardless of size needs a CEO leader that is capable of creative discussions with each department and creative advertising which can be creative yet tie into realities in the world. It is a facinating thing that so many CEO’s are dyslexic and successful within their positions.
Dyslexia Questions & Answers #25:
What are the best Tests for Dyslexia?
Answer: There are all kinds of tests for Dyslexia but many of them are humiliating to the Dyslexic student or Adult Dyslexic. The reality of Dyslexia is that is not a Dis-easement. It is not an uncomfortable thing to live with and in fact it can be a very creative condition to live in.
The Best testing for Dyslexia the accepting of Dyslexia. Many times a Dyslexic knows that they are dyslexic and yet they are unable to express it because of the social stereotypes. Testing Dyslexia is a very difficult thing to do and this is why there are so many test and so many different solutions for diagnosis of Dyslexia.
If the person tends to read upside down without difficulty or writes there letters reverse or upside down they likely have some degree of Dyslexia. If the person reads and then rereads the same sentence and each time they read it they read it as a slightly different sentence then they are likely some degree of Dyslexia.
If the person reads perry, instead of berry they are likely Dyslexic. The test of reading outload is a test by itself for Dyslexia. Many Dyslexics will not read well outload or if they have to keep a certain rhythm or speed to their reading. Many Dyslexics will also write inverted letters if they are needing to write with any quick speed.
The largest mistake in discovering Dyslexia is when the reading of the words are alphabetically difficult and yet the Dyslexic is ‘caught’ with Phonetics issues. Often times the phonetics mistakes that the Dyslexic incurs is because the reverse lettering of the alphabet.
Dyslexia Questions & Answers #26:
What are the Practical ways to help a child with Dyslexia?
Answer: Allow the child to be who they are in all of their splender. Allow the Adult Dyslexic to be who they are in all of their splender. If splender, looks like sdlenper, have fun with it. Start speaking with a german accent and start to understand that people in life are different and unique. It is not the Dyslexics fault that the english alphabet’s letters can invert so easily to make completely different words and meanings.
Allowing the Dyslexic child to have fun with the different reverse lettering will gift the child comfort that they need to actually understand the Alphabetical Dyslexia Dilemma.
If the child see’s all the different angles of an object and considers all possibilities the people around them would consider them smart. Yet, when the Dyslexic child considers all the alphabetical possibilities to letters they are often yelled at and made fun of by their peers. Remember that peers and beers looks identical to the Dyslexic reader. The Dyslexic reader, and reaper are also similar.
If we have fun with the different combinations of letters and how they can invert than we can all take our guards down about how ridiculous the education system is in calling Dyslexics Diseased. Education is also Epucation in reverse Dyslexic lettering.
Dyslexia Questions & Answers #27:
Why are there so many people with Dyslexia?
Answer: There are an enormous amount of people that have Dyslexia. Roughly 10% of the population is Dyslexic and as much as 25% have partial Dyslexia. Many people creatively flip letters during reading and read differently than what is actually in print on a regular basis.
Many different professions and walks of life read differently that what is actually in print.
Creative thinking is never going to stop being part of society and Dyslexics are never going to stop being part of society. The major thing that makes the amount of Dyslexics seem so odd is the lie that Dyslexia is a Disease. Dyslexics life full and complete lives with curious interests in non-linear ways and fascinations of how life functions on a regular basis.
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