COMMON TRAITS AND BEHAVIORS
If a few or more of these symptoms
are consistently experienced, dyslexia is the likely cause.
These areas are addressed within the
procedures of the Davis Dyslexia Correction® Program which I
tailor to the individual.
Feels dumb, has poor self-esteem; hides or
covers up weaknesses with coping mechanisms.
Has a high IQ yet does not score high
on school tests.
Easily frustrated and emotional about school,
reading or testing.
Balance and Movement
Clumsy, uncoordinated or poor at ball or team
sports; difficulty with motor skills and tasks; motion-sickness.
Complains of dizziness, nausea, headaches,
or stomach aches while reading or studying.
Poor sense of direction.
Inability to sit still.
- Difficulty with
Often confuses left/right and over/under.
Inability to sit still or maintain attention
for long (ADD).
Has difficulty telling time, being on time,
or managing time.
Inability to learn math.
Trouble with sequencing (getting things in
order) or setting priorities.