Dyslexia means:

(dys) a difficulty ;

(lexia) with the written or spoken word.

Simply put, it’s a different way of thinking, processing, and learning. People with dyslexia are often able to see, hear, feel and sense what they imagine as real. They are visual-spatial learners, or what we often refer to as ‘picture thinkers.’

There are many symptoms of dyslexia and many different labels have been given to these symptoms:

  • Dyslexia - difficulty with reading and spelling
  • Dyspraxia - difficulty with balance and coordination
  • Dysgraphia  - difficulty with handwriting
  • Dyscalculia - difficulty with math
  • ADD - Attention Deficit Disorder
  • ADHD - Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Central Auditory Processing Disorder - difficulty with listening
  • Visual Processing Disorder - difficulty with visual processing