Disability or Gift?
"Dyslexia" is an ability within the sensory
mechanism of the nervous
system to perceive the world with
a multidimensional view.
When properly trained and informed, a dyslexic can
use their natural abilities to shift perceptions, enhance
creativity, refine thinking, and improve physical performance.
Dyslexia only becomes a "disability" when uncorrected
perceptual distortions occur, creating confusion and conflicting
information which cannot be processed clearly.
Many highly educated and talented people have dyslexia. The disadvantages of dyslexia may include: not being able
to read, write, spell, compute math, organize, memorize, or pay attention. Whether you are a
child or an adult, we have solutions for your special learning
Dyslexia is caused by a difference in brain structure which is present at birth and is often hereditary. As a result,
incoming or outgoing information gets scrambled as it travels
between the senses and the brain. This condition does not
affect the intelligence level - yet it does impair ones ability
to learn, retain, and relay information.
Recognizing and manipulating symbols, especially letters
and numbers in sequence, presents the most universal acknowledged
problem. Reading, writing, and math, taught by traditional
methods, can be difficult, if not impossible, for the person
with dyslexia to master. Poor memory, coordination problems,
confusion of right and left, and impaired depth perception
are also common attributes.