Dyslexia is a specific learning disorder in reading. Children often show signs of dyslexia early in life, around the age of 3, and often times have a parent that also struggled in reading or spelling. When identified early and taught how to read using a structured literacy approach, a child with dyslexia can learn to read successfully. If left unidentified and without appropriate intervention, children tend to become frustrated, anxious, and experience frequent failure experiences. Families Forward offers comprehensive assessment to identify children with dyslexia and gives recommendations to help them along their journey. We also provide support for parents and participate in school meetings, as needed.
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