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    What Is Dyslexia? A video explaining the aspects of dyslexia.

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    What Is Dyslexia? A great way to explain this to parents and teachers

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    Ask the Expert Videos -Video Series by the National Center for Learning Disabilities - Cover various disabilities and basics about IEPs and 504s

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    Dyslexia is a learning disability that people are born with. This language processing disorder can hinder reading, writing, spelling, and sometimes even speaking. Dr. Horowitz talks about dyslexia and its impact on individuals with LD.

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I'll always remember Mr. Byrd's class where he made fun of me for having a hard time reading a paragraph - and I don't even have a really bad case. Never make fun - it's creates scars that sometimes never heal. Luckily over time I was able to overcome a lot of my reading problems.

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Dyslexia: Learning disability that specifically impairs a person's ability to read.

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for the average dyslexic has troubles when it comes to taking a lengthy, wordy test so often or not their just assumed "not smart" because of the the difficulties of testing. Frankly, the chances are a dyslexic you know has exceedingly higher IQ then you do. That's with the exception that your not a genius that is.