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Alexander Graham Bell
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A NEW PERSPECTIVE ON DYSLEXIA
NEW SOLUTIONS views dyslexia differently than more traditional perspectives. The foundation of this program, the procedures and the relationship with clients is based upon the following perspective which produces results that actually address the cause of learning differences rather than just the symptoms.
Dyslexia is a gift. Dyslexics are visual, multi-dimensional thinkers.
They are intuitive, highly creative people and excel at hands-on learning. Because they tend to think in pictures, it is sometimes hard for them to understand letters, numbers, symbols and written words.
As a result, academics and the learning environment are difficult for them. This is not because something is wrong with them, it is because lessons are not taught in the way they think.
Dyslexia is a product of thought and a special way of reacting to confusion caused by language symbols. It is not limited to reversals of letters and words--a common misconception.
It is not the result of a genetic flaw or any physical abnormality.
Dyslexics don’t all develop the same gifts but they do have