Did You Know?
Many children are misdiagnosed as having Dyslexia when their root difficulties go unnoticed or excluded under categorical/ label-focused assessment. Generally, auditory processing (processing sounds), and/ or combined with other difficulties such as spatial challenges may manifest symptoms that look like Dyslexia.
Auditory Processing (AP) + Visual Processing (VP) + Spatial Difficulties + Reading Difficulties = May manifest similar Dyslexia symptoms
What are the signs and symptoms of Dyslexia?
Child displays the following signs and symptoms:
- delayed in speech
- poor receptive and expressive language
- difficulty pronouncing long words that has more than 2 syllables
- struggle to comprehend rhyming words
- difficulty reversing sounds in words or confusing words that sound alike
- struggle to decode sounds in words or segment words to different sounds
- confuse in the sequence of the alphabetical order or sentences e.g. recite alphabetical order ‘a, d, c, b, e, f’ instead of ‘a, b, c, d, e, f’
- poor organisation or sequencing skills
- difficulty in reading, writing and spelling
- omit beginning or ending sounds in words while reading
- poor oral comprehension
- poor visual and auditory memory and discrimination of sounds
Fix an appointment for your child to go for our Dynamic Diagnostic Assessment (DDA™) to identify your child’s learning and developmental strengths and weaknesses.
Bridge Learning specialised early intervention programmes to intervene in Dyslexia: