When to Act – The Yale Center for Dyslexia & Creativity

“Childhood is a time for learning.  Gradually and sequentially, from the time they are toddlers through their first year of formal education, children are busily acquiring the raw materials for becoming a reader: knowledge of the alphabet, recognition of individual letters, and the ability to associate sounds with letters.  Failure or delay in acquiring these skills is an early clue to a potential reading problem.”

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Source: dyslexia.yale.edu

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