Dislexia is a learning disability that makes it difficult to read and comprehend words. It is also known as reading disability, word blindness, or reading disorder.

There are two types of dyslexia: developmental dyslexia and acquired dyslexia. Developmental dyslexia is caused by the brain not being fully prepared for the task of reading. Acquired dyslexia occurs when there has been a brain injury or illness that has damaged the parts of the brain that are used for reading.


Dislexia is a reading disorder that affects one in every 20 children. It is caused by the brain’s inability to process language and sounds.

With dyslexia-specific neurotherapy, the brain can be trained to process sound and language more effectively. It can help people with dyslexia learn to read and spell better, as well as improve their listening skills.

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