How we can help those with Dyslexia
If you struggle with dyslexia and embarrassed to hand in your paper, because you are afraid of seeing the markups your teacher will make. Then you have come to the right place, you will no longer have to worry about the anxiety of getting your paper back with corrections on it. Grammarbase knows all about the three main types of dyslexia and we are here to help you through each step of the way.
What we do
It is our job to make you feel confident in handing your paper in to your professor. Here at Grammarbase we check your paper for punctuation, style, grammar, plagiarism, and of course the most important; we check for spelling mistakes and contextual spelling that your word processor will often miss.
Once Grammarbase has completed the check you will receive a report showing you the errors with corrections, giving you the perfect opportunity to learn from your mistakes. Our service will help improve your learning disability faster than you know it. You will start to build your vocabulary, punctuation, grammar, and have the confidence you always wanted.
What is Dyslexia?
Dyslexia is a term that is commonly used, but rarely ever fully explained. It is often associated with poor or jumbled spelling, and though these are common symptoms, it does not paint a full picture of the disorder. Dyslexia is a developmental reading disorder which is rooted in the brain's inability to properly process symbols such as letters. It is not associated with critical thinking, understanding or intelligence. In fact, it is described as a disability which impairs reading development despite adequate or normal intelligence. Dyslexia is by far the most common learning disability and according to the International Dyslexia Association, up to 15%-20% of any population may suffer from varying degrees of the disorder.
What are the Types of Dyslexia
There are three main types of dyslexia which have been identified - primary, secondary and trauma. Primary dyslexia is dyslexia in its genetic form, meaning that affected children are born with the disorder. In these cases, the left side of the brain suffers from a dysfunction that leads to issues processing symbols and this does not improve significantly over time. Primary dyslexia occurs more frequently in males than females.
Secondary dyslexia is sometimes referred to as developmental dyslexia and in these cases the disorder is triggered during the final stages of fetal development rather than genetic predisposition. Often times, secondary dyslexia sufferers improve over time, some very rapidly.
The third and final type of dyslexia stems from brain trauma. In children, common illnesses such as prolonged flu or ear infections can damage auditory function which leads to this form of the disorder. In adults, injury or brain diseases can trigger trauma dyslexia in adulthood.
What are the Signs of Dyslexia?
Symptoms and signs of dyslexia vary from person to person and also with age.
In younger children, delayed speech is a common sign, in addition to continuously mirroring letters (past ages 7 or 8), and exhibiting problems holding writing implements. Often, young dyslexic children do not clearly establish hand dominance and find it difficult to decipher right and left. Older children and adults may find it difficult to count the syllables in a word, rhyme words, spell words, or distinguish distinct sounds within a word.
Dyslexia sufferers also often experience trouble finding rhythm in a song and can appear uncoordinated.
Celebrities with Dyslexia
There are many prominent celebrities from around the world who have been open about their dyslexia. Many of them are actors who are required to read and interpret scripts, and are wonderful examples of how the disorder can be managed into adulthood.
Actor Tom Cruise
for instance, was diagnosed with dyslexia at age 7 and is now one of the most successful and well-known movie stars in the world.
Actors Patrick Demp-
sey, Orlando Bloom and Anthony Hopkins
all still suffer with dyslexia symptoms, and have found techniques and methods to help them learn and memorize scripts.
Music legend Cher
has also been affected by dyslexia and overcame a troubled school life to become one of the world's most famous singers.
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