Dyslexia is a common cause learning disability in children. According to a study, children diagnosed with dyslexia by the second grade are more likely (8 times more likely) than those diagnosed after the fifth grade to have improved reading skills in higher grades. A parent should be watchful for signs of struggle with language, reading, and sounding out words. If your young child has any learning problem, consult a health professional (a learning disabilities specialist or child psychologist) to have your child evaluated for learning disabilities. Some signs and symptoms which indicate that you should seek medical advice are:
May have all of the above mentioned symptoms including:
If your child has 3 or more of the above warning signs, consult a health professional to have your child evaluated for learning disabilities and learn more about dyslexia.
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